Verb tense
Zero conditional
First conditional
Second conditional
Third conditional

100

Which verb tense ... 

They'll make a team.

Future Simple

100

True/False

The same verb tense is used in the IF clause and in the main clause.

TRUE!

100

True/False

It expresses possibilities in the future.

TRUE!

100

If I ....... you, I wouldn't go there.

WERE

100

True/False

It is formed with Past Perfect + would have (past participle)

TRUE!

200

Which verb tense ... 

He had had dinner when I ...

Past Perfect (Simple)

200

True/False

It expresses results that will always happen if a certain condition is fulfilled.

TRUE!

200

True/False

It is formed with Present + Modals or Imperatives.

TRUE!

200

True/False

It is formed with Past + would (infinitive)

TRUE!

200

CORRECT THE FOLLOWING (IF NEEDED)

If she had read the book , she would have understood her class.

Correct!

300

Which verb tense ... 

Sam is going to help us.

Going to + infintive

300

He goes over all the material if he ... a test.

HAS

300

FIND THE MISTAKE:

If I will get in trouble, my parents will ground me.

If I get in trouble ,

300

If she didn't cook every night, ...

we would be starving.

300

FIND THE MISTAKE:

If I had put sunscreen on , I would have gotten sunburned.

WOULDN'T HAVE GOTTEN

400

Which verb tense ... 

They've just started!

Present Perfect (Simple)

400

If the maid can't come to work, he ...

helps his mother around the house.

400

If they lose on Friday , they ... be so disappointed.

WILL

400

If she ... rich , she would have a car.

WERE

400

If it hadn't rained yesterday,...

we would have gone to the beach.

500

Which verb tense ... 

They're getting together next weekend.

Present Continuous/Progressive

500

True/False

The same verb tenses are used in the if-clause and in the main clause.

TRUE!

500

Do these sentences have the same meaning? 

We won't be able to play this game if we don't find four more kids. 

We won't be able to play this game unless we find four more kids.

YES!

500

Change this clause into an IF clause: 

It isn't summer.

If it were summer, ...

500

I would have passed ...

If I had studied.