If sentences (type 2)

Gapfill exercise

Look at these situations. Put the verbs in the correct form for the second conditional. Use negative verbs where it is necessary. Remember: We use the second conditional (if sentences type 2) to talk about unreal or unlikely situations.

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1. I have a headache during the English test, so I say: "If I didn't have a headache, I these questions better." (can answer)

2. He goes out late and sleeps during a math lesson so the teacher says: "He better marks if he the clubs every night." (get/ hit)

3. He wants to get hair extensions but his friends think that he like a girl if he to the hair-dresser. (look/ go)

4. Regensburg is a great city but it rains very much: More people to Regensburg if it so much. (come/ rain)

6. She wears thin clothes in winter and is often ill. Her friends think: "If she warmer clothes, she ill so often. (wear/ get)

6. I am sleeping badly during math class. I better if the teacher so much. (can sleep/ talk)

7. English tests are difficult but if everyone hard, it easy for everyone to get good grades.

8. Anna will probably go to the "Dult" today. Alan wants to meet her there. He unhappy if she there. (be/ go)