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Grammar Practice

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Conditional Sentences – First Condition (Future Possible)
Verb Tenses in First Conditional Sentences

Directions: Choose the correct verb tense in each of the following sentences.

1. If she goes to the birthday party, she will take a present. a) takesb) will takec) take
a) will callb) calledc) call
2. I will call the doctor if my stomach still hurts tomorrow.
a) will makeb) makesc) make
3. She will do the exercise again if she makes a lot of mistakes.
4. If they practice a lot, they will win the game. a) wins b) win c) will win
a) rains
5. I will take my umbrella if it rains tomorrow. b) rainingc) will rain
a) will askb) ask
6. She will marry him if he asks her. c) asks
7. If we go out tonight, we will ask the door. a) will lockb) are lockingc) lock
a) beb) will bec) am
8. I will make a sandwich if I am hungry.

Directions: Complete the following sentences using the correct form of the verb provided.

1. If Robert goes (go) to bed late, he will sleep in (sleep in).


2. If he sleeps in (sleep in), he will miss (miss) his bus.
3. If he misses (miss) the bus, he will be (be) late for work.
4. If he is (be) late for work, his boss will be (be) angry.
5. If Robert’s boss is (be) angry, he will fire (fire) him.
6. If Robert loses (lose) his job, his girlfriend will get (get) upset with him.
7. If Robert’s girlfriend gets (get) upset again, she will break up (break up) with him.
8. If she breaks up (break up) with him, he will be (be) lonely.
9. If Robert feels (feel) lonely, he will call (call) some friends.
10. If Robert calls (call) his friends, they will ask (ask) him to their party.
11. If Robert goes (go) to the party, he will drink (drink) too much beer.
12. If Robert drinks (drink) too much beer, he will need (need) a ride home.
13. If Robert needs (need) a ride home, he will have to (have to) stay until the end of the party.
14. If Robert stays (stay) until the end of the party, he will get (get) home very late.
15. If Robert gets (get) home late, he will go (go) to bed late.

And you know what will happen if Robert goes to bed late again!

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First Conditional – Negative Sentences

Complete the following sentences with the correct tense of the verbs provided.

1. We won’t play (not/play) tennis tomorrow if it rains (rain).

2. She lets (let) the children play in the house if they won’t make (not/make) too much noise.

3. If we don’t hurry (not/hurry), we will miss (miss) our plane.

4. The bee doesn’t sting (not/sting) you if you won’t move (not/move).

5. If you don’t speak (not/speak) louder, no one will hear (hear) you.

6. We will be (be) late if we don’t take (not/take) the car.

7. If it doesn’t be (not/be) hot tomorrow, we won’t go (not/go) to the beach.

8. If you don’t take (not/take) your umbrella, you will get (get) wet.

9. You won’t pass (not/pass) your test if you don’t study (not/study) harder.

10. If he doesn’t find (not/ find) a job soon, she won’t have married (not/marry) him.

11. They won’t forgive (not/forgive) you if you don’t say (not/say) you’re sorry.

12. The bank won’t lend (not/lend) your money if you don’t have (not/have) a good job.

13. If you don’t clean (not/clean) your room, your mother won’t let (not/let) you go to
the movie tonight.

14. If you don’t quit (not/quit) smoking, you will get (get) sick.

15. You won’t be able (not/be able) to sleep if you watch (watch) that horror movie.

16. If you don’t set (not/set) your alarm clock, you won’t wake up (not/wake) up on time.

17. You won’t improve (not/improve) if you don’t practice (not/practice).

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