Using the 2nd & 3rd Conditionals
Gap-fill exercise with the Conditional - put the verbs in brackets in the most suitable form.
1. If I (see) you waiting at the bus stop, I (stop) for you.
2. I (go) swimming every week, if I (know) how to swim properly.
3. If I (catch) that plane to New York [the one that crashed!], I (be) dead now.
4. If we (live) in China, we (speak) Cantonese or Pekingese.
5. I (stop) smoking, if I (be) you; it's terrible for your health!
6. I (like) being with you more if you (not laugh) at me all the time.
7. I (buy) my house a long time ago if the prices (be) a bit lower.
8. Do you think they (like) our teacher if they (be) in our class?
9. We (not miss) the beginning of the film last night if we (find) a parking place straight away.
10. I (call) you earlier, if I (find) my phone card.
11. If you (not get) on the bus without a ticket, you (not get) a fine.
12. I (not win) any gold medals if I (be) in Sidney in 2000.