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1st and 2nd conditional

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  • If James could run 100 metres in 10 seconds, he _____ (become) an athlete.
    If James could run 100 metres in 10 seconds, he would become an athlete.
  • I will go to the beach if it ____ (be) sunny tomorrow.
    I will go to the beach if it is sunny tomorrow.
  • If you help her in the garden, she ______ (be) happy.
    If you help her in the garden, she will be happy.
  • We ______ (go) swimming if it were warm enough.
    We would go swimming if it were warm enough.
  • My mother will be angry if I _____ (come) home late.
    My mother will be angry if I come home late.
  • If I ____ (be) an animal, I would be a cat.
    If I were an animal, I would be a cat.
  • She _____ (buy) a Porsche if she won the lottery.
    She would buy a Porsche if she won the lottery.
  • If I didn't know you, I ____ (think) that you were crazy.
    If I didn't know you, I would think that you were crazy.
  • If we ____ (find) tickets, we would go to the concert.
    If we found tickets, we would go to the concert.
  • If it _____ (not rain), we will have a picnic.
    If it doesn't rain, we will have a picnic.
  • If you paid him well, he ______ (come).
    If you paid him well, he would come.
  • If Jane ____ (pass) all her exams, her parents will be pleased.
    If Jane passes all her exams, her parents will be pleased.
  • He would help me if he ____ (know) the answer.
    He would help me if he knew the answer.
  • If she sets the alarm clock, she ___________ (not be) late.
    If she sets the alarm clock, she won't be late.
  • He would buy that house if he ________ (have) some money.
    He would buy that house if he had some money.
  • I wouldn't do that if I ______ (be) you.
    I wouldn't do that if I were you.
  • If he _____ (not drive) so fast, he wouldn't get so many fines.
    If he didn't drive so fast, he wouldn't get so many fines.
  • If you ask them, they _____ (help) you.
    If you ask them, they will help you.