Conditionals

Provide a versatile framework

Conditionals in English language play a crucial role in expressing hypothetical situations, possibilities, and consequences based on certain conditions. They allow speakers to convey complex ideas about present, past, or future events and their potential outcomes. Whether used for speculation, persuasion, or storytelling, conditionals provide a versatile framework for expressing uncertainty, probability, and hypothetical scenarios, enriching communication and fostering nuanced understanding between speakers and listeners.

1. i) I didn't see her drawing

ii) I didn't save her

Combine the above sentences properly then you may get

1) If I had seen her drawing, I would have saved her.

2) If I have seen her drawing I would save her.

3) If I see her drawing, I will save her.

4) Above all are correct

2. Choose the best alternative to complete the sentence. If he hadn’t had a gun,.......

1) they would kill him

2) they can kill him

3) they would have killed him

3. Identify the correct clause to complete the sentence.

If Raju comes to school every day,.......

1) He will pass the exam

2) He would pass the exam

3) He would have passed the exam

4) He will be passing the exam

4. Unless Mohan works had, he ..... (win) the prize

1)Will win   2)Wouldwin   3) wins   4)Will not win

5. 'If I were you, I would consult the doctor'

In the above sentence the speaker is

1) Making suggestion   2) Making request

3) Making an order    4) Making an obligation

6. You will get there quicker if you leave here earlier.

The earlier ..........

1) You should leave here, the quicker you will be there

2) You leave here, the quicker you will get there

3) You left here, the quicker you reach there

4) You leave here, the quicker you get them

7. If I hadn’t been for your help, I don’t know ........

1) What I‘d done

2) What I’d have been done

3) What I’d have done

8. Match the parts of sentences given in

Group - A with Group-B

Group - A Group - B

1) If you are ill     A) You would go to hospital

2) You would go    B) You will go to to hospital hospital

3) If you had been ill    C) If you fell ill

4) If you were ill    D) You would have gone to hospital

1) 1-B, 2-C,3-D,4-A   2) 1-A,2-B,3-C,4-D

3) 1-B,2-A,3-C,4-D     4) 1-B,2-C,3-A,4-D

9. Identify the later part of the sentence given, I’d better reserve a seat today, ......

1) In case the train is full tomorrow

2) Unless the train is full tomorrow

3) While the train is full tomorrow

4) If the train is full tomorrow

10. Choose the best phrase to replace the underlined sentence. Please give him medicines if his temperature will rise.

1) If his temperatures will arise

2) If his temperatures would rises

3) If his temperatures rises

4) Unless his temperatures rises

11. What does the sentence will imply? If we had implemented rain harvesting a few years ago, we would have avoided the present mess

1) apology    2) suggestion   3) offer   4) regret

12. Fill in the blank with right verb forms to make it meaningful sentence.

If you ........ hard in your school days, you ..... this examination today.

1) Study, will clear   2) study, will pass

3) had studied, would have cleared

13. If ........ I would not help her.

1) I have you   2) I were you

3) I am you    4) I have not been you

14. 'If I had started earlier, he would have caught train.' It means

1) Though he started earlier, he would have caught the train.

2) He did not start earlier, so he did not catch the train.

3) He caught the train, he started earlier.

4) Had so early so he would have caught train.

15. The following is not true regarding “if clause”

1) If clause of also known as conditional clause

2) An if clause can be replaced with beginning or end of main clause

3) If the if clause comes before the main clause, it is followed by a comma.

4) An if clause cannot express a condition or cause.

16. The bird will fly out if you ...... the door of the cage open. Choose the correct verb to fill in the blank.

1) Leaves    2) Would leave

3) Leave    4) left

17. The correct if clause in the “unfulfilled condition” is

1) If I have lunch, I would not have been hungry.

2) If I had my lunch, I would not have been hungry.

3) If I had had my lunch, I would not have been hungry.

4) If I have had lunch, I would not have been hungry.

18. If I had not worn my cloth of gold surcoat in the battle like a fool ........

The correct main clause in the blank is

1) That Burgundian soldier would never pull me backwards off my horse

2) That Burgundian soldier will never pull me backwards off my horse

3) That Burgundian soldier would never have pulled me backwards off my horse

4) That Burgundian soldier never have pulls me backwards off my horse

19. If Mother Teresa ...... alive today, how would people receive her?

Choose the correct word to complete it

1) was   2) were   3) has   4) had

20. Work hard. You will get success.

Choose the correct conditional clause to combine two sentences.

1) if you work hard, you will not get success.

2) if you work hard, you would get success.

3) if you work hard, you will get success.

4) if you don’t work hard, you will get success.

21. If someone ..... me, I would inform the police immediately

1) try to cheat   2) tried to cheat

3) had tried to cheat   4) will try to cheat

22. If only you ..... me the truth, I ..... there. Choose the correct set of tense forms to complete the sentence.

1) had told, would not have gone

2) told, would not have gone

3) had been told, would not have gone

4) were told, would not have gone

23. Choose the correct statement regarding if clause

1) If clause can be replaced either before or after the main clause

2) If clause always ends with a question mark.

3) The condition is not introduced by if

4) All if clauses are simple sentences

24. I would abolish examinations .......

Choose the correct if clause to complete the sentence.

1) If I had wished    2) If I want

3) If I am the Prime Minister

4) If I were the Prime Minister

25. Unless you come here, I .....

1) Won’t teach    2) Will teach

3) Would teach    4) Wouldn’t teach

26. If I ..... Sachin, I would complete the century.

1) was   2) am    3) are   4) were

27. “If Jhansi were alive today, how would people receive her”, it means

1) The speaker is not thinking about real situations

2) Speaker only imagining the future

3) There is no possibility of future happening

4) All the above

28. i) I didn’t attend the function.

ii) I didn’t meet you. Combine the above sentences properly, you may get

1) If I attended the function, I would meet you

2) If I attended the function, I will meet you

3) If I had attended the function, I would have met you

4) None of the above

29. If you leave the door of the cage open, the bird will fly. It means

1) There is no possibility of the bird flying out when we leave the door of the cage open

2) There is a possibility of the bird flying out when we leave the door of the cage open

3) There is impossibility of the bird flying out when we leave the door of the cage open

4) All the above

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Writer: Putnam Ravi Kumar

Posted Date : 19-03-2024

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