Type 2 conditional sentences | Class 8 grammar worksheets

The type 2 conditional is used to talk about something that is unlikely to happen. It refers to the present or the future.

In the type 2 conditional, we use a simple past tense in the if-clause and would + infinitive (first form of the verb) in the main clause.

Complete the following sentences to form type 2 or hypothetical conditional sentences.

1. If I had enough money, …………………….

2. If I were you, ………………………

3. If I were the owner of this home, ………………….

4. If she behaved more politely, …………………..

5. If he asked for help, …………………..

6. If you spoke English, ………………………

7. If I were rich, ………………………

8. If I had more time, …………………..

9. If she had a car, ……………………

Answers

1. If I had enough money, I would buy a car.

2. If I were you, I wouldn’t wear that dress to school.

3. If I were the owner of this home, I would give it a fresh coat of paint.

4. If she behaved more politely, I wouldn’t kick her out.

5. If he asked for help, he would get it.

6. If you spoke English, you would get a better job.

7. If I were rich, I would visit all the countries in the world.

8. If I had more time, I would bake a cake.

9. If she had a car, she would be perfectly happy.

 

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