Third Conditional Exercise 5

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 be if something did happen.

This is an exercise in which you need to fill in the correct form of the verb.

You can find the exercise below:

Third Conditional Exercise 5

Complete the following sentences by filling in the correct form of the verb in the third conditional.
If John (to say) something, I (to help) him.
Paul (to call) the police if he (to find) an envelope full of cash.
They (to dig) a pool if they (to buy) some shovels.
Coach Carter (to blow) his whistle if he (to bring) it with him.
Our friends (to be) late if they (not, to take) a cab.
If she (not, to see) the ball, it (to hit) her on the head.
I (to be) hungry if I (not, to eat) a full English breakfast this morning.
If you (to tell) me to drink more water, I (to do) it.
Charles (to build) a shed in his garden if he (to buy) some wood.
I (to write) a novel if I (to come up) with a good story idea and believable characters.

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