Type 1 Conditional / First Conditional

First conditional is used to talk about real and possible situations. In the first conditional, we use a simple present tense in the if-clause and will / can / may + bare infinitive in the main clause.

  • If mother arrives now, we will go to the park.
  • If you disturb him, he will get angry.
  • If you eat a lot of fatty food, you will gain weight.
  • If you speak a little louder, those in the back row can hear you.
  • If you do not practice regularly, you will not regain your lost form.

See Also: Type 1 conditional alternate forms

Type 1 conditional worksheet

Make type 1 conditional sentences by filling in the blanks.

  1. If you listen carefully, you …………………………. so many mistakes. (will not make / would not make / would not have made)
  2. I will buy a home if I ……………………… a promotion. (get / got / had got)
  3. If you need help, you ……………………… me. (can call / could call / could have called)
  4. If I ……………………. this job, I will be able to pay off my debts. (get / got / had gotten)
  5. If you ………………………….., you will miss your flight. (oversleep / overslept / had overslept)
  6. They will come if you personally ……………………….. them. (invite / invites / invited / had invited)
  7. She ……………………… good marks, if she studies her lessons carefully. (will score / would score / would have scored)
  8. If I ……………………. the lottery, I will quit my job. (win / won / had won)
  9. You will be punished if you ………………………….. (do not obey / did not obey / had not obeyed)
  10. The patient will die if he …………………………. immediate medical attention. (do not receive / does not receive / did not receive / had not received)
  11. You will feel better if you ………………………… a little food. (eat / ate / had eaten)
  12. If you give him another chance, he ……………………………… his mettle. (will prove / would prove / would have proved)

Answers

  1. will not make, 2. get, 3. can call, 4. get, 5. oversleep, 6. invite, 7. will score, 8. win, 9. do not obey, 10. does not receive, 11. eat, 12. will prove

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  1. September 28, 2023

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