• If-Sätze Übung/Wiederholung
  • BL
  • 08.10.2022
  • Englisch
  • 8, 9, 10
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Fill in the gaps using the correct form of the words in brackets.

Type I

1. If we don’t hurry (not, hurry) up, we won’t arrive on time.

2. People will get angry if you don’t stop (not; stop) being rude.

3. If you wait (wait) a few minutes, I will try to find Eva’s 

4. We will take it with us if you don’t put (not; put) it over there.

5. It will cost (cost) you a lot of money if you buy that car.

6. You will only be able to watch TV if you do (do) your homework good today.

Type II

1. The audience would hear better if you spoke (speak) more clearly.

2. If I were you, I would not go (not; go) to Sam’s party.

3. We would not have come if we knew (know) you were so busy.

4. If you added some salt to the cake, it would taste (taste) amazing.

5. If you don’t want (not; want) me to help you, why wouldn’t you say so?

6. It would be (be) more fun if the holidays were longer.

Type III

1. We would have gone to Hamburg if the train had arrived (arrive) on time.

2. If I had practiced harder, I would have won (win) the game.

3. Ben would have freaked out if we had not told (not; tell) him the news.

4. It would have been (be) cheaper if we had gone by train.

5. Tessa would have been a scientist if her parents had not told (not; tell) her to become a teacher.

6. If you had bought (buy) that car, you would have been broke.