Second Conditional

The Second Conditional talks about a particular condition in the future that will not happen because it is impossible, a dream, unreal or a hypothetical situation.


Examples of conditional sentences

If Bob became rich he would live in Spain.

IF + past simple + WOULD/COULD/SHOULD/MIGHT + base verb


  • If I played chess perfectly, I wouldn't take lessons.
  • If you won the prize, it would be easy to pay the bill.
  • He would never work again if he were rich.

  • The Second Conditional




    If Clause + Main Clause

    Or

    Main Clause + If Clause


    Second Conditional Exercises

    The man ...... (be) happier if he ...... (have) more money.

    The parents ...... (have) more time if they ...... (have) no dogs.

    The workers ...... (have) less work if they ...... (have) a computer.

    They ...... (go) to the beach if they ...... (live) in Thailand.

    If I ...... (study) law I ...... (make) more money.

    If they ...... (win) a million they ...... (move) to Hongkong.

    If you ...... (listen) you ...... (hear) the birds singing.

    If she ...... (be) pretty my boss ...... (marry) her.

    If I ...... (be) younger I ...... (buy) a car.

    If Peter ...... (come) earlier he ...... (help) you.

    If it ...... (not snow) I ...... (go) to work.

    If Susan ...... (study) harder she ...... (become) a dentist.

    My father ...... (not have) the problem if he ...... (not argue) with the boss.

    If my mother ...... (go) home earlier she ...... (not get) any money.




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