Type 3 Conditional | Alternate Forms
Here we use a past perfect in the if-clause and would have + past participle in the result clause.
- If I had won that award, my life would have
- If she had studied science, she would have found
a better job.
The Type 3 Conditional is used to talk about past situations that did not happen.
- If you had invited them they would have come.
(You did not invite them and therefore they did not come.)
- If you had worked harder you would have passed
the exam. (You did not work hard and therefore you did not pass.)
Sections in this articleIntroduction To If Clauses
The Zero Conditional
The Type One Conditional
Type One Conditional- Alternate Forms
The Type Two Conditional
Type Two Conditional- Alternate Forms
The Type Three Conditional
Type Three Conditional-Alternate Forms
Transformation of sentences
Common mistakes in the use of nouns
Common mistakes in the use of nouns | Exercise 1
Common mistakes in the use of nouns | Exercise 2
Common mistakes in the use of nouns | Exercise 3
More CBSE English Grammar worksheetsPassive voice worksheet | Simple past tense
Passive voice worksheet | Past continuous tense
Passive voice worksheet | Simple future tense
Passive voice worksheet | Future perfect tense