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What if…..?????? Exercises to Practise Conditionals for C class.

17 Σεπτέμβριος 2016

 

 

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1 Choose the best alternative to complete the following sentences.

A  I’ll come (unless/providing) you behave yourself at the party.

B  He won’t hear you (unless/as long as) you shout.

C  I’m going by myself (unless/providing) Janet changes her mind.

D  I won’t take the job (unless/provided) I can see the contract first.

E  I’ll buy you a present (unless/as long as) you want me to give you money.

 

2  Supply the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

A  I would have bought the dress if it………………………..(cost) less.

B  I won’t forgive Sarah unless she …………………..(apologise).

C  If you ate less, you……………….(not/be) so fat.

D  If you eat all the chocolate,you……………………………(get) sick.

E  If you had posted the letter, I ………………………….(receive) it.

F  If I repaired my car, I ………………………….(sell) it.

G  She would find the answer if she …………………….(think) carefully.

 

3  Write the correct conditionals for the following situations.

A We can’t pay for it because we don’t have enough money.

 

B  She spent three hours packing. She missed the plane.

 

C  He can’t eat steak because he has no teeth.

D  He got a good job because he studied hard at school.

E  He uses crutches because he broke his leg.

 

F  He drank a bottle of whisky. Now he feels ill.

 

G  I don’t believe he is rich. He hasn’t paid the workers yet.

 

H  He is not ill. He didn’t stay at home but came to work.

Read the following passage and make sentences using conditionals.
Last week we went to the new disco. We arrived late because the car had broken down. When we arrived it was eleven o’clock and the disco was very full. We had to pay $5 each because it’s always more expensive after half past ten. We started dancing but I tore my dress because it was too tight for me. The music was very loud so I couldn’t talk with my friends. Janet went to buy drinks but she fell over in her stilettos. We tried to help her but she was so embarrassed that she just sat on the floor and cried.

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6……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

 

Conditionals for C class

7 Απρίλιος 2016

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES

1 If you sit in the sun too long,……………………..

2 If I were the Prime Minister,………………………………..

3 If she had studied harder,………………………………….

4 If I had listened to my mother,……………………….

5 If I were the opposite sex,…………………………….

6 If I have enough money,………………………….

Put the verbs in brackets into their correct forms !

1. I would have read the letter if I ____________________ (know) it was from you.

2. If Tony doesn’t help in the garden I ____________________ (not finish) my work in time.

3. If you ____________________ (not tell ) me about Maxwell’s birthday I would forget it.

4. We _________________________ (catch) the train earlier if Mary had found her purse.

5. If Susan ____________________ (learn) the poem she would have known the answer.

6. If it ____________________ (be) too hot we will stop and get a cold drink.

7. If it ____________________ (not rain) today I would stay it home.

8. If the Professor spoke clearly we __________________________ (understand) him better.

9. If you go on talking like that we ____________________ (throw) you out.

10. If Sasha ____________________ (go) home now he would meet his own brother.

Rewrite the following sentences using unless and/or provided.

1. If we don’t have more rain soon, the plants will all die.

2. If you look after it, I’ll let you have my bicycle till the weekend.

3. If you don’t tell anyone else, I’ll tell you what happened.

4. I’ll be there by 7 o’clock if I don’t get held up in the traffic.

5. The children won’t be scolded if they do what they are told.

6. Set your alarm clock and you won’t oversleep.

Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tenses

1. If you aren’t going to live in that house, why don’t you sell it? If I (have) a house I couldn’t use, I (sell) it at once.

2. The machine (switch) off if you (press) this button.

3. If you (not make) so much noise last night, you (not wake) my little sister and she (not start) crying.

4. “Jack rang while you were out” “ Oh dear! If I (know) he was going to ring, I (stay) at home.

5. If the camera (be) on, a red light (appear).

6. I expect you’ll see Jack at the cinema tonight. If you (do), (you please remind) him about tomorrow’s meeting?

7. “What (you do) if you (not catch) the train?” “What’s the point in asking? I did catch it, didn’t I?”

8. The only thing I haven’t got is a balcony. If I (have) one, I would grow plants in pots, then my flat (be) perfect.

9. Why didn’t you take my advice? Your car (not break) down if you (take) it to a garage when I told you to.

10.If you (freeze) water, it (turn) into ice.

11.Tell him to bring his bicycle inside. If he (leave) it outside, someone (steal) it.

12 Unless house plants (be watered) regularly, they (die) quickly.

Grammar Work for C Class students Present Perfect -Present Perfect Continuous

18 Μάρτιος 2016

Use
When to use which tense? Present Perfect Simple-Present Perfect Continuous
1 If we want to emphasise the duration of an action, we use …
2 If we want to tell, how often something has happened so far, we use …
3 If we want to emphasise the result of an action, we use …
4 If we want to emphasise that an action is completed now, we use …
5 If we want to emphasise how we have spent our time, we use …

Positive Sentences
Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
1. Sandy (cook) dinner four times this week.
2. We (travel) around Scotland for 8 days.
3. Why are your hands so dirty? – I (repair) my bike.
4. I (read) the book, you can have it back.
5. Paul (believe) in God since he was a child.
Negative Sentences
Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
1. Sorry for being late. I hope you (wait / not) long.
2. My grandparents are coming to see us next weekend. They (visit / not) us for two years.
3. She (be / not) on holiday for 3 years.
4. I don’t want you to drive my car. You (drive / not) a car for ages.
5. He (watch / not) TV all afternoon, he only switched the telly on 10 minutes ago.
Questions
Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
1. How much money (Jack / spend) in the casino?
2. How long (she / sit) there?
3. How many short messages (send / you) this month?
4. (you / empty) the bin yet?
5. Lucy, (you / bathe) your dolls? The bathroom floor is absolutely wet.
Text
Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
1. Daughter: Mum, Jane (phone / just) to ask if I will go to the cinema with her. May I?
2. Mother: (you / do) your homework yet?
3. Daughter: Well, I (do) it for about 2 hours now, but I (finish / not) it yet.
4. Mother: If you (complete / not) your homework, you cannot go. School comes first. Remember, you (promise) me to study harder this year.
5. Daughter: But mum, I (work) really hard this year and I (improve / already) in Maths and Chemistry.
6. Mother: But that’s only because I (push / always) you to do something.
7. Daughter: But I also need a break some time. Look, I (be / not) to the cinema for two months. May I go? Just this once.

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