Exercícios sobre first conditional com respostas (intermediário)

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4 maneiras para praticar conditional sentences (exercícios)


1. Read the conversation and then choose the correct forms.

Rachel: Have you heard about the pop festival?
Vicky: Yes, it's/it'll be good if U2 is playing. It is a great band.
Rachel: Will you be able to go, Nick?
Nick: If I ask/I'll ask my boss, he'll give me some time off work, I expect.
Vicky: How are we going to get there?
Rachel: Well, if there are/there'll be enough people, we can hire a minibus.
Vicky: I won't be going if it's/it'll be too expensive.
Rachel: It isn't costing/won't cost much if we all share/will share the cost.
Nick: If I see/I'll see the others later on tonight, I ask/I'll ask them if they want to go.

2. Comment on the situations. Use if + the present tense + will/can.

Examples
It might rain. If it does, everyone can eat inside.
If it rains, everyone can eat inside.

The children mustn't go near Nick's dog. It'll bite them.
If the children go near Nick's dog, it'll bite them.

a) Rachel might fail her driving test. But she can take it again.
b) Paris Saint Germain might lose. If they do, Neymar will be upset.
c) The office may be closed. In that case, Mark won't be able to get in.
d) Nick may arrive a bit early. If he does, he can help Tom to get things ready.
e) The party might go on all night. If it does, no one will want to do any work tomorrow.
f) Emma may miss the train. But she can get the next one.
g) Is Matthew going to enter the race? He'll probably win it.

3. Match the sentences and join them with if.

You lose your credit card.
You get promoted.
I drink coffee late at night.
You don't pay the bill.
I try to run fast.
Someone enters the building.

I can't sleep.
You get a warning letter.
You have to ring the bank.
Your salary goes up.
The alarm goes off.
I get out of breath

Example
If you lose your credit card, you have to ring the bank.

ANSWERS

1. Read the conversation and then choose the correct forms.

Rachel: Have you heard about the pop festival?
Vicky: Yes, it'll be good if U2 is playing. It is a great band.
Rachel: Will you be able to go, Nick?
Nick: If I ask my boss, he'll give me some time off work, I expect.
Vicky: How are we going to get there?
Rachel: Well, if there are enough people, we can hire a minibus.
Vicky: I won't be going if it's too expensive.
Rachel: It won't cost much if we all share the cost.
Nick: If I see the others later on tonight, I'll ask them if they want to go.

2. Comment on the situations. Use if + the present tense + will/can.

a) If Rachel fails her driving test, she can take it again.
b) If Paris Saint Germain lose, Neymar will be upset.
c) If the office is closed, Mark won't be able to get in.
d) If Nick arrives a bit early, he can help Tom to get things ready.
e) If the party goes on all night, no one will want to do any work tomorrow.
f) If Emma misses the train, she can get the next one.
g) If Matthew enters the race, he'll probably win it.

3. Match the sentences and join them with if.

If you get promoted, your salary goes up.
If I drink coffee late at night, I can't sleep.
If you don't pay the bill, you get a warning letter.
If I try to run fast, I get out of breath.
If someone enters the building, the alarm goes off.

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