Second Conditional Exercise 2

The second conditional is an if-sentence in English that is used to talk about unrealistic and hypothetical situations in the present and future. The verb in the if-clause needs to be in the past simple and you use would + infinitive for the verb in the main clause.

This is an exercise in which you must fill in the correct verb form.

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Second Conditional Exercise 2

Complete the following sentences with the correct form of the verb in the second conditional.
If I (to have) time, I (to read) a book.
Cats (to fly) if they (to have) wings.
Grandpa (to run) a marathon if he younger.
If I (to get) a dollar for every time someone told me to shut up, I (to be) rich!
If they (to take) the right turn, they (to be) at their destination.
If it (to be) cold outside, we (to need) a warmer coat.
James (to cry) if he (not, to get) what he wants.
Our wedding photographer (to use) Photoshop if he (to have) a better computer.
I (to be) mad if my wife (to listen) to what I have to say.
She (not, to shout) if she (to know) what he had done.

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