Complete the following sentences using an appropriate conditional form.

In the first conditional, we use a simple present tense in the if-clause and will/can/may + infinitive in the result clause. First conditional sentences are used to talk about real and possible situations.

#### 1. If he doesn’t mend his ways, he ………………… in serious trouble.

#### 2. If you …………………. hard you will pass the test.

#### 3. If he ………………….. now, we can all have dinner together.

#### 4. If you ………………… her, she will not come.

#### 5. If I don’t meet him, I ………………….. to his mother.

#### 6. If she ………………. English, she will get a better job.

#### 7. If he arrives now, we ....................... in trouble.

#### 8. If she ………………… out the truth, she will be really angry.

#### 9. If I ……………… a millionaire, I will not work at all.

#### 10. If I ………………… the answer, I will tell you.

**Answers**

1. If he **doesn’t mend** his ways, he will land in serious trouble.

2. If you **work** hard you will pass the test.

3. If he **arrives** now, we can all have dinner together.

4. If you **don’t invite** her, she will not come.

5. If I **don’t meet** him, I will talk to his mother.

6. If she** speaks** English, she will get a better job.

7. If he **arrives** now, we will be in trouble.

8. If she **finds** out the truth, she will be really angry.

9. If I** am** a millionaire, I will not work at all.

10. If I **know** the answer, I will tell you.