Conditional Sentences Examples, 100 Conditional Example Sentences, If Clauses Type 0 1 2 3 Mixed
If Clauses Type 0
1.If you mix red and white, you get orange.
2.When you mix colors, you get different color.
3.If it snows, the ground gets icy.
4.When water reaches a hundred degrees, water boils.
5.If you have works to do, you do not go to bed.
6.You get a headache, if you cry a lot.
7.If you drink alcohol so much, you have a sickness.
8.Wood doesn’t burn if there is no air.
9.You get burned if you touch a fire.
10.If you make a cake, you firstly break eggs.
11.Ask Alex if you’re not sure what to do.
12.If you mix blue and yellow, you get green.
13.People die if they don’t eat.
14.If I wake up early, I go jogging.
15.If my sister has money, she will travel.
16.If you mix colors, you get different color.
17.If water reaches a hundred degrees, water boils.
18.If you cry a lot, you get a headache.
19.If you have problems, talk to your doctor.
20.Baby wakes up if we make too much noise.
If Clauses Type 1
1.If you feel bad, you must go to the doctor.
2.You will be angry if you lose the match.
3.If you don’t hurry, you will miss the train.
4.If I am not busy tomorrow, I will help you.
5.I will not be upset if you do not love me.
6.If he calls you, you should go.
7.I’ll prepare food for him if he comes home after work.
8.If you do not win scholarship, your father will be very sad.
9.If my husband has a cold, I usually catch it.
10.If I can finish these jobs, I can rest until the night.
11.If you lose the match, you will be angry.
12.If you do not love me, I will not be upset.
13.If you can speak more than two languages, you will see that you find a job easily.
14.I will tell her where her boyfriend is if I see her.
15.I will buy a house in the game if I have enough game money.
16.Can you write a message to me if you see Alexander?
17.You will pass your exams if you study enough.
18.If I have enough strawberries, I will bake a strawberry cake for you.
19.If you can leave work earlier, shall we meet up?
20.If she does not hurry, she will be late.
If Clauses Type 2
1.I have to work tomorrow, so I can’t come to the amusement park.
2.If I were you, I would want to be a doctor.
3.If I understood what the teacher said, I could tell you.
4.If she weren’t ill, she would go to the school.
5.If I were a chairman, I would offer new and different ideas.
6.If you participated in the election, people would choose you.
7.If I didn’t have to work, I would come to the amusement park with you.
8.If I knew some Spanish, I could help you with your Spanish assignment now.
9.If tomorrow weren’t a holiday, we couldn’t/wouldn’t be able to go to the cinema together.
10.If it were wet now, we couldn’t go out for a walk.
11.If they were out of town next week, your parent would/ could visit them.
12.If the baby weren’t sleeping now, I would go out with you.
13.If I didn’t have to stay home to look after the children, I would come to the theatre.
14.If I were you, I would want to be a doctor.
15.If I knew the answer, I would tell it to you.
16.If Mary had time, she would visit her boyfriend.
17.If I understood what the teacher said, I could tell you.
18.If she weren’t ill, she would go to the school.
19.If I were 22, I would travel the world.
20.If I were beautiful, clever, and hardworking like you, I would not choose him to marry.
If Clauses Type 3
1.If she had gone on a picnic, she would have had a lot of fun.
2.If I had studied hard enough, I would have passed the math exam.
3.If scientists hadn’t invented the cures for the illnesses, a lot of people would have died.
4.If they had worked hard, they would have finished on time.
5.If he had come, he would have seen me.
6.If he had been good at math, he would have got a high score from the exam last week.
7.If we had had the necessary ingredients for a cake, we could have made a cake.
8.If they had not warned us, bad things would have happened to us.
9.What would you have done if you hadn’t become an actress?
10.If I had waited for you more, I would have missed the plane.
11.If she had found his phone number, she might have called him for the party.
12.If she had driven carefully, she wouldn’t have had an accident.
13.If Marry had had a meeting, she would have gone to the Office.
14.If I had been a smart boy, I would not have annoyed my mother.
15.If I had found her address, I would have sent her an invitation.
16.If my daughter had seen this toys, she probably would have wanted me to buy them.
17.If your friend had helped me with the presentation, I wouldn’t have had to work on it until midnight.
18.If your boyfriend had been well-qualified, he might have been considered for the post.
19.If he hadn’t learnt all the prepositions by heart, I couldn’t have done well on the test.
20.If there had been enough people, we would have started the meeting.
Conditional Sentences Examples
If I were rich, I would have invested in some little companies and foreign currency.
If Bella were trustful for him, Johnny would have married her.
If I had enough money to live in my house, not my dorm, I would not (wouldn’t) have stayed in my dorm.
If I were beautiful, clever, and hardworking like you, I would not (wouldn’t) choose him to marry.
If she were busy as much as she says, she could not (couldn’t) find a time to go to the cinema.
If I have enough strawberries, I will bake a strawberry cake for you.
If you can leave work earlier, shall we meet up?
If she does not hurry, she will be late.
If you lend him some money, He may not give it back to you.
If he comes, take him upstairs.
If she doesn’t leave the house, everything will be bad.
If it doesn’t rain tomorrow, We will go on a picnic.
If I go out, I can get something with me to eat.
If someone shouts at me when I don’t deserve it, I get angry.
If you mix red and white, you get orange.
If it snows, the gorund gets icy.
If you have works to do, you do not go to bed.
If you drink alcohol so much, you have a sickness.
I will buy a house in the game if I have enough game money.
Can you write a message to me if you see Alexander?
You will pass your exams if you study enough.