Second Conditional Exercise 4

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 need to fill in the correct form of the verb.

You can find the exercise below:

Second Conditional Exercise 4

Complete the following sentences with the correct form of the verb in the second conditional.
If he (to be) president, he (to reduce) taxes.
I (not, to buy) a Rolex if I (not, to win) the lottery.
We (to listen) to the radio if we (to have) one.
(you, to care) if I (not, to be) here tomorrow?
My little brother (to scream) if he (to be) scared.
I (to go) to a Roy Orbison concert if he (to be) still alive.
If my boss (to have) time, he (to go) on holiday.
Sarah (to run) a marathon if she (to be) in shape.
If it (to be) cold, we (to need) warm clothes.
You (to act) surprised if someone (to get) you a new car.

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