Third Conditional Exercise 2

The third conditional is an if-sentence in English that is used to talk about situations that did not happen in the past. You imagine how things would have been if something happened.

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

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Third Conditional Exercise 2

Complete the following sentences by filling in the correct form of the verb in the third conditional.
If he (to focus) a bit more, he (to win) the race.
My mom (to bake) a pie if she (to buy) the ingredients.
They (to follow) the leader if they (not, to lose) him.
If she (to read) the newspaper this morning, she (to know) what was going on.
I (to watch) Sherlock if it (to be) on Netflix.
If I (to see) you at the party, I (to tell) you how I felt.
We (to eat) a slice of pie if you (to bring) some with you.
My best friend (to trust) his new girlfriend if she (not, to cheat) in her previous relationship.
If Harry (to practise) more, he (to perform) in front of the whole class.
I (to feel) sad if I (not, to study) to become a teacher.

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