Online exercises with keys:
- Complete a letter:
Dear Jill, if you hadn't gone to the disco, you wouldn't have met the wonderful boy. And if he...
- Types 0, 1, 2, 3 (all types). Exercises with answers and grammar rules with examples.
PDF worksheets with answers:
- Rewrite sentences:
You weren't lucky. You didn't win. - If you had been lucky, you ___ .
- Complete sentences:
I learnt English. But if I ___ English, I ___ Spanish. (not learn | study)
- Correct mistakes:
If you had rung us, we would come in time. - ___
- Choose correct forms:
What would you have chosen if you ___ such choices? (had, had had)
- Make sentences:
I wouldn't have gone there ___ . (know | I | if | about it)
More conditionals worksheets:
Mixed conditionals worksheets PDF Compare different forms of conditional sentences.
Third conditional - grammar rules
Third conditional PDF Printable grammar rules with examples.
The third conditional sentences always refer to the past. We speculate about situations that happened or did not happen in the past.
If I had told him, he would have helped me with the project. (But I didn't tell him and he didn't help me.)
If he had revised for the exam, he would have passed it. (Unfortunately, he didn't revise for the exam and didn't pass it.)
If we hadn't worked so much, we wouldn't have felt so exhausted. (But we worked a lot and felt exhausted.)
We make if clauses with if + past perfect and main clauses with would + perfect infinitive (have + past participle).
Conditional sentences grammar rules:
Conditional sentences Online grammar rules with examples.
English grammar PDF grammar rules with examples.
All these materials are written for students and teachers of English as a foreign language.