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Orange Level Quiz 7 Present Conditional Sentences-ANSWERS

Orange Level Quiz #7 – The Present Conditional (ANSWERS)

Part A.

Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. (10 points)

Example: If she owned a car, she would  take a trip to California. (own / take)

1.  If I had enough time, I would go to the party, but I have to finish this project. (have / go)

2. They would fix their own car if they knew how to do it. (fix / know)

3. If Marc worked longer hours, he would make more money. (work / make)

4 . If the kids woke up before 6:30 in the morning, they would have time to eat breakfast. (wake up / have)

5. Sara would visit Mexico if she knew how to speak Spanish. (visit / know)

 

Part B.

Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. Use the verb “be” for one half of the sentence. (10 points)

1. I wouldn’t do that if I were you. (do–negative / be)

2. If he were in better shape, he would try to run in a marathon. (be / try)

3. Our team would be more competitive if we had more time to practice. (be / have)

4. If I were a mechanic, I would fix my own car. (be / fix)

5. If Claudia and Rudy were happy, they wouldn’t get a divorce. (be / get–negative)

 

Part C.

There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. (10 points)

1.  If the weather were better, we would go on a picnic. (be / go)

2. She would get a job if she needed the money, but she doesn’t. (get / need)

3. These cookies would taste better if you added more chocolate chips. (taste / add)

4. If Lorenzo were here, he would know what to do. (be / know)

5. Do you know what would happen if you left the company? (happen / leave)

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