Updated: Aug 24, 2021
Remember, the 1st Conditional is used to talk about things that will probably happen.
We___________(go) to the show, if we__________(be/send) an invitation. But we haven't received anything yet.
If you_______(finish) this exercise now, you________(not/have) any homework.
We________(not/go) camping this weekend unless it________(stop) raining.
___________(I/be) happy if you_______(visit) me? Of course I will!
I will be there in an hour. I_____(give) you a ring if I (not/can/find) your building.
Okay, I______(tell) you what I want to do if you______(keep) it to yourself.
I______(not/lend) you anything again if you______(not/give) me my CD back.
The teacher_______(call) Billy's parents if he______(not/come) to school tomorrow.
If we_____(not/sell) our house by the end of the month, we_____(lower) the price.
If the parcel________(not/be/deliver) today, I________(complain) to the manager.
If the weather_______(be) nice tomorrow, we_______(go) for a picnic.
The bus is 10 minutes late. What______(we/do) if it______(not/come)?
I _______(go) to the doctor tomorrow if I________(not/feel) any better.
Hurry up! If we_______(not/leave) now, we_____(miss) the beginning of the movie.
I______(buy) a hamburger if I_______(be) hungry.
The book_____(be/publish) next month unless some complications_______(occur).
You _______(not/play) a musical instrument well unless you_____(practice) often.
If you______(not/feel) good tonight, we ________(not/go) out.
Claire is very kind. I'm sure she______(help) you if you ask her.
If you_______(not/eat) anything now, you_______(be) hungry later.
Look at your hands! If you______(not/wash) them, you_____(get) your shirt dirty.
She_____(leave) the hospital tomorrow, if her test results_____(be) good.
Scientists say that if we______(continue) cutting down trees many forests____(disappear).
If I ____(pass) all of my exams, I _____(take) a vacation.
If we____(not/stop) killing rare species of animals, they____(die out).