Improve your English! Correct these conditionals...

Apr 03, 2012

Hi guys,

Welcome to the Islington centre for English blog. This week we’re just going to look at some common mistakes in relation to grammar.
Today we’re going to look at conditionals.

1. If I will come, she’ll be happy.
2. I help you if you need it.
3. I would fail the exam if I hadn’t studied hard.
4. If they was on a beach I’d sunbathe.
5. I take my wallet, if I go out.
6. If I had married a banker, I would have lived in a castle now.
7. She would love it if you would come with her.
8. I always go to school after I had breakfast.
9. If I was you, I  take the job.
10. She would help you if you want her to.

1. If I come, she’ll be happy. If I will
2. I’ll help you if you need it. First conditional.
3. I would have failed the exam if I hadn’t studied hard.Third conditional.
4. If they were on a beach I’d be sunbathing.
5. I take my wallet if I go out.No comma when if is in the middle.
6. If I had married a banker, I would be living in a castle now.Continuous not perfect.
7. She would love it if you came with her.Second conditional.
8. I always go to school after I have/have had breakfast.Zero conditional. Use present simple or perfect.
9. If I was you, I would take the job. Second conditional.
10. She would help you if you wanted her to. Second conditional.

That's all guys! Keep studying English and keep following my blogs.

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