Exercise 1: second conditional (if clause type 2)

(Practise constructing conditional clauses type 2)

Second conditional sentence (if clauses type 2) – matching exercise

Difficulty: rather easy (2 of 5)

Select the most suitable clauses on the right for the sentence parts on the left to form an if clause type 2, which is a second conditional sentence, that makes sense.

  • Example: “If you asked him, ← he would tell you the truth.

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If she had a car,
The fish would taste very good
If you tidied up your room,
If you went to the farmers’ market in the morning,
We could go for a walk
Sally would be surprised
What would you buy
If they had more money,

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