Conditionals (Usage)

Match the verbs in bold to the uses of the conditionals. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • If I were you, I would apologise for being late.
  • Go to the dentist's if you have a toothache.
  • If I notice a mistake, I correct it immediately.
  • If Susan calls, I will tell her the address.
  • If I won a lot of money, I would travel to Europe.
  • I will go to the park if it is sunny this afternoon.
  • If you say that again, I will hurt you!
  • I would be very grateful if you helped me with this.
  • If you freeze water, it becomes ice.
  • If you close this door, it automatically locks.
  • Zero Conditional (routines or habits)
  • Second Conditional (unlikely future situations)
  • Zero Conditional (scientific facts)
  • Zero Conditional (giving instructions)
  • First Conditional (future plans)
  • Zero Conditional (expressing a cause and an effect)
  • Second Conditional (giving advice)
  • First Conditional (warnings and threats)
  • Second Conditional (polite request)
  • First Conditional (promises)