This set of worksheets will teach your students about the five different types of conditionals.

These activity sheets define the five different types of conditionals (zero, one, two, three, and mixed) used to express circumstances, desires, and more. Your students will learn how to identify these conditionals by marking given phrases, writing their own, choosing the correct verb tenses to complete the conditional, etc. Where definitive answers are required, answer keys have been provided for the instructor, but please note that in some activities, the students’ answers will vary.

Teacher Tip: Discuss how conditionals can also reflect different moods in English, such as the subjunctive mood. (Note: this can get confusing for beginning students.)

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Unreal Present

Match the beginning of each sentence with the correct conclusion.

Conditionals Type 0

Match the beginning of each sentence on the left to its end on the right.

Conditionals Type 1

Fill in the blank with the correct words.

Second Conditional Structure

The second conditional structure is used to talk about unreal situations (things that aren't possible; things that won’t happen) in the present.

Third Conditional Structure

The third conditional structure is used to talk about unreal situations (things that were impossible; things that didn't happen, etc.) in the past.

Conditional Tenses

Choose the correct tense of the verb to complete each sentence.

Correct Clause

Finish each sentence with a clause in the correct conditional.

Creating the 0 Conditional

The 0 conditional talks about something that is always true or usually true. For example: If you don’t water the flowers, they will die.

The Situation

Complete each sentence for the following situations.

Second Conditional

The second conditional structure is used to talk about unreal situations (things that aren't possible; things that won't happen) in the present.

Conditional Levels

Write a sentence to illustrate each conditional.

Creating Them

Complete each sentence with a clause that creates the indicated conditional.

Completing Sentences

Choose the correct tense of the verb to complete each sentence.

Matching Stuff

Match the beginning of each sentence with the correct conclusion