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STRATEGIES FOR CONDITIONAL SENTENCE ITEMS ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS:  Is it a real condition? If so, is the verb in the if clause in the simple present or present progressive form? Is the verb in the result in the present, future, or imperative form?

STRATEGIES FOR CONDITIONAL SENTENCE ITEMS ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS:  Is it a real condition? If so, is the verb in the if clause in the simple present or present progressive form? Is the verb in the result in the present, future, or imperative form?

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 Is it an unreal condition in the present using the

verb be? If so, is was or were the form of be that is

used?

INCORRECT [If she is the boss, she would hire him.]

CORRECT If she was/were the boss, she would hire him.



 Is it an unreal condition in the present or future

tense? If so, is the verb in the condition in the

present subjunctive form? Does the verb in the

result contain would or could + the simple (base)

form?

INCORRECT [If humans have two heads, they

couldn’t make decisions easily.]

CORRECT if humans had two heads, they couldn’t

make decisions easily.



1. If the student ...... for

tomorrow’s exam, she’ll be

more confident.

(A) prepares

(B) prepared

(C) prepare

(D) would prepare



Confident (adj.) feeling sure about

your own ability to do things and

be successful

Confident of sth | Confident

that … feeling certain that sth will

happen in the way that you want

or expect: I’m confident that you

will get the job.



2. If Mr. Kennedy ...... the

information, he would put it

in the report.

(A) has

(B) would have

(C) will have

(D) had



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STRATEGIES FOR CONDITIONAL SENTENCE ITEMS ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS:  Is it a real condition? If so, is the verb in the if clause in the simple present or present progressive form? Is the verb in the result in the present, future, or imperative form?

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