Conditionals Exercises For English Grammar

Conditionals are used to express possible or imaginary situations and their consequences. They consist of two parts: the “if” clause, which presents a condition, and the main clause, which indicates the result of the condition. In English, there are four types of conditionals: zero, first, second, and third. Zero conditionals describe general facts or habits, first conditionals describe real or likely situations, second conditionals describe unreal or hypothetical situations, and third conditionals describe a past situation that did not happen. Let’s practice using conditionals in the following exercises!

Exercise 1: First Conditional

Exercise 2: Second Conditional

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