Will Or Would | Grammar Exercise For Classes 9 and 10

Would is the past form of will. It is sometimes also used as a softer form of will.

This grammar exercise allows you to practice using will and would.

Fill in the blanks with will or would.

Grammar exercise for classes 9 and 10 | Will or Would

1. ………………. you like to play with me?

a) Would
b) Will

2. I …………….. like some advice, please.

a) will
b) would

3. I ………….. turn 38 next year.

a) will
b) would

4. I don’t think it ……………. rain.

a) will
b) would

5. I ……………. be happy if I win.

a) will
b) would

6. We …………….. have finished the job by evening.

a) will
b) would

7. I really …………….. quit smoking.

a) will
b) would

8. ……………… you like something to drink?

a) Will
b) Would

9. If I were you, I ………………. do this.

a) won’t
b) wouldn’t

10. We …………….. go fishing on Sundays.

a) would
b) will

11. It ……………. have been nice if you had thanked him.

a) would
b) will

12. …………….. you mind standing up for a moment?

a) Would
b) Will

13. I …………… like to speak to the manager, please.

a) would
b) will

14. There was no chance that my letter ……………. arrive in time.

a) will
b) would

Answers

1. Would you like to play with me?

2. I would like some advice, please.

3. I will turn 38 next year.

4. I don’t think it will rain.

5. I will be happy if I win. (In type 1 conditional, we use will + infinitive in the main clause.)

6. We will have finished the job by evening.

7. I really will quit smoking.

8. Would you like something to drink?

9. If I were you, I wouldn’t do this. (In type 2 conditional, we use would + infinitive in the main clause.)

10. We would go fishing on Sundays. (We use would to talk about past habits)

11. It would have been nice if you had thanked him.

12. Would you mind standing up for a moment?

13. I would like to speak to the manager, please.

14. There was no chance that my letter would arrive in time.

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