If Clauses Type I - Form

  In the if clause of a Conditional Sentence Type I, we use ... .

  In the main clause of a Conditional Sentence Type I, we use ... .

Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I.

  If we (go) to London, we (see) the Tower.

  If the shop (be) open, I (buy) a souvenir.

  If she (take) the bus, she (get) here on time.

  He (help) me if he (know) the answer.

  Jane (let) you in if I(be) here.

  If you (eat) an ice-cream, I (have)  a hot chocolate.

  If she (need) a computer, her brother (give) her his computer.

  If we (have / not) time this afternoon, we (meet) tomorrow.

  He (talk) to her if you (want / not) to do it.

  You (win / not) the game if you (know / not) the rules.

   

If Clauses Type I - Form

  In the if clause of a Conditional Sentence Type I, we use ... .

  In the main clause of a Conditional Sentence Type I, we use ... .

Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I.

  If we (go) to London, we (see) the Tower.

  If the shop (be) open, I (buy) a souvenir.

  If she (take) the bus, she (get) here on time.

  He (help) me if he (know) the answer.

  Jane (let) you in if I(be) here.

  If you (eat) an ice-cream, I (have)  a hot chocolate.

  If she (need) a computer, her brother (give) her his computer.

  If we (have / not) time this afternoon, we (meet) tomorrow.

  He (talk) to her if you (want / not) to do it.

  You (win / not) the game if you (know / not) the rules.

 

If Clauses Type I - Form

  In the if clause of a Conditional Sentence Type I, we use ... .

  In the main clause of a Conditional Sentence Type I, we use ... .

Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I.

  If we (go) to London, we (see) the Tower.

  If the shop (be) open, I (buy) a souvenir.

  If she (take) the bus, she (get) here on time.

  He (help) me if he (know) the answer.

  Jane (let) you in if I(be) here.

  If you (eat) an ice-cream, I (have)  a hot chocolate.

  If she (need) a computer, her brother (give) her his computer.

  If we (have / not) time this afternoon, we (meet) tomorrow.

  He (talk) to her if you (want / not) to do it.

  You (win / not) the game if you (know / not) the rules.