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Conditional Grammar Quiz

Having studied all types of conditional sentences, let's now have a well-deserved conditional grammar quiz - Conditional 0, 1, 2, and 3 Mixed

Choose the phrase which best completes the conditional statement.

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.
we will go to lunch.
we would go to lunch.
we went to lunch.
if I have a lot of money.
if I win the lottery.
if I inherited a million dollars.
I take her to school by car.
I would take her to school by car.
she have to walk.
I would buy you some flowers!
I would have bought you some flowers.
I will buy you some flowers.
he might pass the exam.
he would pass the exam.
he is going to pass the exam.
if I was you.
if I am you.
if I were you.
if he not work harder.
unless he begins to study.
if he weren't serious.
if she stays.
if she had stayed.
if she was to stay.
if they had had the money.
if they had the money.
if they were having the money.
if you had stayed in China longer.
if you have enough books to read.
if you would have studied harder.

Once you submit the exercise I shall check your accuracy and respond by email, pointing out your individual mistakes if any, but I expect you will sail through the quiz without any headaches at all.

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