> Conditional Exercise 10
Conditional Exercise 10
Using the words in parentheses, complete the text below following the example given with the appropriate conditional form, then click the "Check" button to check your answers.
1.a. She will take care of the children for us next weekend because her business trip was canceled.
1.b. But, she (take, not)
would not be taking
care of the children for us next weekend if her business trip (be, not)
had not been
2.a. Tom is not going to come to dinner tomorrow because you insulted him yesterday.
2.b. But, he (come)
if you (insult)
3.a. Marie is unhappy because she gave up her career when she got married.
3.b. But, Marie (be)
happy if she (give, not)
up her career when she got married.
4.a. Dr. Mercer decided not to accept the research grant at Harvard because he is going to take six months off to spend more time with his family.
4.b. But, Dr. Mercer (accept)
the research grant at Harvard if he (take, not)
six months off to spend more time with his family.
5.a. Professor Schmitz talked so much about the Maasai tribe because she is an expert on African tribal groups.
5.b. But, Professor Schmitz (talk, not)
so much about the Maasai tribe if she (be, not)
an expert on African tribal groups.
6.a. I am unemployed because I had a disagreement with my boss and I was fired.
6.b. But, I (be, not)
unemployed if I (have, not)
a disagreement with my boss and I (be, not)
7.a. Nicole speaks Chinese fluently because she lived in China for ten years.
7.b. But, Nicole (speak, not)
Chinese fluently if she (live, not)
in China for ten years.
8.a. I will not help you study for your test because you have spent the last two weeks partying and wasting time.
8.b. But, I (help)
you study for your test if you (spend, not)
the last two weeks partying and wasting time.
9.a. Eleanor and Ben are not going skiing with us this year because Eleanor just had a baby.
9.b. But, Eleanor and Ben (go)
skiing with us this year if Eleanor (have, not, just)
10.a. I am completely exhausted, so I will not go with you to the movies tonight.
10.b. But, if I (be, not)
completely exhausted, I (go)
with you to the movies tonight.
11.a. She is not worried about the conference tomorrow because she is not giving a speech.
11.b. But, she (be)
worried about the conference tomorrow if she (give)
12.a. Frank is not going to the graduation ceremony because he broke his leg snowboarding last week.
12.b. But, Frank (go)
to the graduation ceremony if he (break)
his leg snowboarding last week.
13.a. They are not releasing the prisoner next month because there was so much public opposition to his parole.
13.b. But, they (release)
the prisoner next month if there (be)
so much opposition to his parole.
14.a. The hotels filled up months in advance because the festival is going to include jazz artists from around the globe.
14.b. But, the hotels (fill)
up months in advance if the festival (include)
jazz artists from around the globe.
15.a. We are not worried about the recent string of robberies in the neighborhood because the police have started regularly patrolling the area.
15.b. But, we (be)
worried about the recent string of robberies in the neighborhood if the police (start, not)
regularly patrolling the area.
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