Grammar Quiz

First Conditional Sentence Quiz


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Make sentences using the first conditional

foggy / he / not drive

A. If he is foggy, it won´t drive.

B. If it is foggy, he´ll drive.

C. If it isn´t foggy, he won´t drive.

D. If it is foggy, he won´t drive.


Choose the correct ending:

If you find a four-leaf clover…

A. you will earn money.

B. she will see her future husband in her dream.

C. you will be lucky.


If I have the time, we … shopping.

A. Take

B. Will go

C. Takes


Make sentences using the first conditional.

I / wake up early / go to the gym

A. If I will wake up early, I´ll go to the gym.

B. If I wake up early, I go to the gym.

C. If I wake up early, I´ll go to the gym.

D. If I woke up early, I won´t go to the gym.


Make sentences using the first conditional.

he / see lions / be happy

A. If he sees lions, he’ll be happy

B. If he will sees lions, he’ll be happy

C. If he see lions, he’ll be happy

D. If he sees lions, he is happy


If my dad … at night, we play video games.

A. works

B. doesn’t work

C. don’t work


Choose the correct ending:

If you blow all the candles on your birthday cake in one blow…

A. it will bring you good luck all year.

B. it will bring you seven years of bad luck.

C. your wishes will come true.

D. you will have bad luck


put the words in order:

answer. If calls I won´t heme,

A. if he will calls me, I won´t answer.

B. if he call me, I won´t answer.

C. if he no calls me, I won´t answer.

D. If he calls me, I won´t answer.


choose the correct ending:

If your right hand itches…

A. you will earn money.

B. you will be lucky.

C. you will have bad luck

D. it will rain in 24 hours.


Make sentences using the first conditional:

she / hurt her knee / see the doctor

A. if she hurts her knee, she´ll see the doctor.

B. if she hurts her knee, she see the doctor.

C. if she hurt her knee, she´ll see the doctor.

D. if she not hurts her knee, she´ll see the doctor.


Match the first part of the sentence to the appropriate ending:

If you put a mirror across the door,

A. you will have good luck.

B. you good luck.

C. you has good luck.

D. you will luck.


My sister cries if she … a nightmare.

A. have

B. has

C. will have


If he_______the car, he_____it.

A. Likes / will buy

B. Like/ bought

C. Liked/ buy

D. Will like / buy


I ______weight, If I________.

A. Lost / exercise

B. Will lose/ exercise

C. Losing / will exercise

D. Will loses / exercise


Match the first part of the sentence to the appropriate ending:

if you sit at the corner of a table,

A. you never marry.

B. you will never marry.


If I _____money, I______ some new shoes.

A. Has / buy

B. Have / will buy

C. Had / bought




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