Grammar Quiz

Conditional Type 1 Quiz


If you … study hard, you will not pass the test.

A. Didn’t

B. Doesn’t

C. Don’t

If I … (see) Jim, I … (ask) him to phone you

A. see – will ask

B. sees – ask

C. saw – will ask

Angel will go shopping if she… (have) time in the afternoon.

A. Has

B. Will have

C. Had

D. Have

If I… (find) your ring, I will give it back to you.

A. Can find

B. Have found

C. Find

D. Finds

If I… (do) this test, I will improve my English.

A. Do

B. Have done

C. Will do

D. Did

If I … (not/go) to bed now, I … (be) tired tomorrow

A. don’t go – will be

B. not go – will be

C. not going – will be

If he … (be) late, we … (go) without him

A. lates – will go

B. is – go

C. is – will go

Erika…(can/move/not) into the new house if it isn’t ready on time.

A. Can move

B. Can’t move

C. Not can move

D. Can’t moves

If I come, I .. you.

A. Saw

B. Would see

C. Sees

D. Will see

E. Seen

If I … (have) enough money, I … (go) to New York

A. had – will go

B. have – will go

C. have – go

If I … (be) not too tired, I … (go) to the cinema

A. don’t – will go

B. am – will go

C. am not – will go

If you ______ hurry, you ______ the bus.

A. -, will miss

B. doesn’t, will miss

C. don’t, miss

D. don’t, will miss

If the game … good, I will … it.

A. Are – play

B. Is – plays

C. Is – play

If it rains tomorrow, I… (have to/ not) water the plants.

A. Don’t have to

B. Not have to

C. Does have to

D. Have to

Which one is correct?

A. If Sally late again, I will mad.

B. If Sally is late again I will be mad.

C. If Sally is late again, I will be mad.

D. If Sally late again, I will mad.

They … (go) to the party if they … (be) invited

A. will go – are

B. go – will be

C. are – will

Toni : Have you done your job?
Ruby : Not yet. It’s too difficult
Toni : If you don’t mind, …

A. I shall hand it over

B. I will ask your supervisor

C. I can lend you my paper

D. I will tell about it to your supervisor

E. I will help you complete it

If he ..(try) harder, he … (reach) his goals.

A. try, would reach

B. will try, reach

C. would try, reached

D. tried, would reach

E. tries, will reach

Teddy… (go) to Paris Van Java next week if he gets a cheap flight.

A. Would go

B. Has gone

C. Will go

D. Won’t go

If you … study hard, you will not pass the test.

A. Don’t

B. Doesn’t

C. Have not

D. Has not

E. Didn’t

Which one is correct?

A. If I see Ben, I will tell he.

B. If I see Ben, I will tell him.

C. If I see Ben I will tell him.

D. If I see Ben, I would tell him.

If her boyfriend… (phone/ not) today, she will leave him.

A. Doesn’t phone

B. Don’t phone

C. Didn’t phone

D. Hasn’t phoned

If she …. , I won’t be angry

A. Doesn’t comes

B. Don’t come

C. Doesn’t come

If it … (rain), then we … (stay) at home

A. rains – will stay

B. rain – stay

C. rained – will stay

You will not be able to sleep if you… (watch) the scarry film.

A. Watches

B. Watch

C. Will watch

D. Won’t watch


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