First conditional worksheet

February 2, 2013pdf

The first conditional forms are used to talk about situations that are possible in the present or in the future.

Complete the following sentences using appropriate first conditional forms of the verbs given in the brackets.

1. If I have enough money, I ……………………….. (go) on vacation.

2. If she ………………………….. (wash) the clothes, I will dry them.

3. If you achieve your targets, you ………………………….. (get) a promotion.

4. If we …………………………… (not get) his support, we will have to abandon the project.

5. Unless she ………………………….. (be) late, we will start at ten o’clock.

6. If I win the jackpot, I ……………………………. (buy) a mansion in New York.

7. She will not come unless he ………………………….. (invite) her.

8. If Ann ……………………………… (cook) dinner, I will make dessert.

9. If you ask her nicely, she …………………………….. (lend) you her car.

10. If Julie ……………………………. (be not) interested, we will abandon the proposal.

Answers

1. If I have enough money, I will go on vacation.

2. If she washes the clothes, I will dry them.

3. If you achieve your targets, you will get a promotion.

4. If we do not get his support, we will have to abandon the project.

5. Unless she is late, we will start at six o’clock.

6. If I win the jackpot, I will buy a mansion in New York.

7. She will not come unless he invites her.

8. If Ann cooks dinner, I will make dessert.

9. If you ask her nicely, she will lend you her car.

10. If Julie is not interested, we will abandon the proposal.

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