Orange Level Quiz #6 – The Future Conditional (ANSWERS)

Part A. Directions: There are two verbs for each sentence. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (10 points)

1.  If we find a good place to eat, we will go there. (find / go)

2.  The restaurant will hire new employees if the economy gets better. (hire / get)

3.  If it is nice tomorrow, we will go to the beach. (be / go)

4.  If you eat good food, you will stay healthy. (eat / stay)

5.  The door will open if you turn the knob. (open / turn)

6.  We will have a lot of vegetables if we plant them early. (have / plant)

7.  I will see you tomorrow if you come to class. (see / come)

8.  If they get their work done on time, they will feel good. (get / feel)

9.  If she sees him at the party, she will try to talk to him. (see / try)

10.  Mark will drive you if you need a ride. (drive / need)

Part B. Directions: There are two verbs to choose from in each sentence. Both of them are negative. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (5 points)

1.  If it doesn’t rain, they won’t have a good harvest. (rain / have)

2.  She won’t go to college if she doesn’t get a scholarship. (go / get)

3.  If John doesn’t get this job, he won’t buy the car he wants. (get / buy)

4.  They won’t have any money for their retirement if they don’t save now. (have / save)

5.  The flashlight won’t work if it doesn’t have new batteries. (work / have)

Part C. Directions: There are two verbs to choose from for each sentence. The first verb is negative. The second verb isn’t negative. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (5 points)

1.  We won’t go to the beach if it rains. (go / rain)

2.  If she doesn’t get the job she wants, she will move to New York. (get / move)

3.  If his car doesn’t start, he will borrow his sister’s car. (start / borrow)

4. Sarah won’t get a ticket if she obeys the speed limit. (get / obey)

5. If you don’t want that, I will take it. (want / take)