Second Conditional Exercises For English Grammar

The Second Conditional in English grammar is used to talk about unreal or imaginary situations in the present or future. It is often used to express desires, wishes, or hypothetical scenarios. The structure of the Second Conditional is: if + past simple, would (or could/might) + base form of the verb. In these exercises, you will practice using the Second Conditional by completing fill-in-the-blank sentences. Remember to pay attention to the structure and the correct verb forms. Good luck and have fun with these grammar exercises!

Exercise 1: Second Conditional Sentences

Exercise 2: Second Conditional Sentences – Part 2



3. Multiple Choice Exercise for Second Conditional

4. Drag the Word Exercise for Second Conditional

Grammar Exercises

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