Mixed conditionals

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Complete the sentences with the correct conditionals

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Question 1

Question
[blank_start]If[blank_end] you give me some money, I [blank_start]can[blank_end] buy some milk.
Answer
  • If
  • When
  • Could
  • can
  • could
  • couldn't

Question 2

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If I [blank_start]finish[blank_end] my homework, [blank_start]may[blank_end] I go out with my friends?
Answer
  • finish
  • finished
  • finishing
  • may
  • might
  • mayn't

Question 3

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If you [blank_start]switch[blank_end] the photocopier off and on again, it [blank_start]should[blank_end] work.
Answer
  • switch
  • switched
  • switching
  • should
  • shall
  • shoud

Question 4

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[blank_start]If[blank_end] you don’t get ready soon, we’re [blank_start]going to be late[blank_end]!
Answer
  • If
  • Could
  • When
  • going to be late
  • being late
  • getting late

Question 5

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If you’re [blank_start]going[blank_end] to the shop, [blank_start]can[blank_end] you buy me some cola?
Answer
  • going
  • go
  • went
  • can
  • can't
  • couldn't

Question 6

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If you[blank_start]’re going to[blank_end] pay him, [blank_start]make[blank_end] sure you get a receipt.
Answer
  • ’re going to
  • 've going to
  • 'll going to
  • make
  • makes
  • made

Question 7

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If you[blank_start]’ve finished[blank_end] your work, you can go home.
Answer
  • ’ve finished
  • finish
  • can finish

Question 8

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If he[blank_start]'d taken[blank_end] the medicine, he [blank_start]wouldn't[blank_end] still be sick.
Answer
  • 'd taken
  • 's taken
  • 've taken
  • wouldn't
  • won't
  • will

Question 9

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He [blank_start]wouldn’t[blank_end] still be sick if he[blank_start]’d taken[blank_end] the medicine.
Answer
  • wouldn’t
  • will
  • won't
  • ’d taken
  • 've taken
  • 's taken

Question 10

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If you [blank_start]were[blank_end] better at speaking in public, the presentation [blank_start]would[blank_end] have been more successful.
Answer
  • were
  • was
  • are
  • would
  • will
  • won't
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