Third Conditional – Task Cards /

Third Conditional

Is used to address an unreal or unlikable situation in the past.

Form of the Third Conditional

If + past perfect, would have + past participle. or

Would have + past participle +if + past perfect.

Examples of the Third Conditional:

  • If I had come earlier, I would have bought fresh bread.
  • They would have earned lots of money if they had worked for another company.

Why should you use the Third Conditional task cards?

These task cards are great addition to your classroom if you are a teacher and they are helpful for learners as well. They are a great tool that you can use for improving the form of the Third Conditional whether for the exam or during your English learning journey. Here are two task cards in the document and the instruction for making the cards is within the pdf.

Key to the exercises is provided too.

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Third Conditional


Third Conditional – Exercises


1.If I had been there,

2.If she had gone to the university,

3. We would have come to the party

4. If I had learnt harder

5. Tom would have played tennis

6. She would have had her own company

7. Tom would have saved more money

8. My parents would have gone to the beach

9. If I hadn’t paid much attention


a)… I would have seen you.

b) …I would have passed all

the exams.

c)… if he had more time.

d)… I would have made lots

of mistakes.

f)… if  the weather conditions

had been better.

g)…if she had more


h)…she would become

an engineer

i)… if you had invited us.

j)…if he had better salary.





Third conditional grammar exercise



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First Conditional – Task Cards /


 What will you do if:

First Conditional with if

1.I will call you if …

2.If it rains, I will …

3.You can stop by  at any time if….

4.If I get angry  you will….

5.If I see my best friend I might..

6.I won’t drive a car if it…

7.It will get worse if we …..

8.If she goes to the gym , she will…

9.You’ll get stomachache if you eat…

10.Susan may get another chance if she…

11.If you come with  me I’ll…

12.If I finish my work, I’ll watch…

13.If you keep acting like this, you’ll…

14.I’ll call the police if you …

15.If you go out without me, I’ll…

First Conditional with Unless

1.Unless you call, I’ll

2.I won’t go out unless …

3.We will go to the seaside unless..

4.Unless you listen to me carefully, you’ll…

5.They will be nice unless…

6.Tom will be on time unless…

7.Unless you eat less, you’ll…

8.If she goes to the gym , she will…

9.Unless you take care of yourself, you’ll…

10.I won’t pay unless…

11.They won’t come unless…

12.Unless you learn harder, you won’t…

13.Unless you calm down, I’ll

14.Unless Mary comes, I won’t…

15.She will be at home unless…

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Zero Conditional – free PDF /


Match the beginnings with their endings:


1.Ice melts when

2.If it rains,

3.I’m late for work if

4.When you eat too many sweets,

5.Tom does his homework when

6.Lions work in teams if

7.If you’re a male trying to attract a mate,

8.When a person or an animal comes into an area your dog considers his territory,

9.People become depressed

10.When the liquid is heated,


a)… you heat it.

b)…you get fat.

c)…he comes home.

d)…I  wake up late.

e)…the grass gets wet.

f))…it reaches the

boiling point.

g)…that often triggers

excessive barking.

h) when they lose their


i) it ’s more important to

let your fellow birds know

that it’s you singing.

j)…they go hunting.


1.Male birds may die overnight if

2.If dogs become bored or sad,

3.When you see an alligator on the water’s edge,

4.Lower income people are happy

5.A liquid boils when

6.I eat when

7.As water cools towards its freezing point,

8.Water releases a large amount of erosive energy as

9.When water is in short supply,


a)…it can be frightening.

b)…when they gain wealth.

c)…the vapor pressure of the gas escaping from the liquid is equal to the pressure

exerted on the liquid by its surroundings.

d)…it becomes most dense at 4C° (39°F).

e)…it moves in this way.

f)..the potential conflict grows.

g)…I’m hungry.

h)…they bark.

i)…they haven’t been able to feed well during the previous day.

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Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns /

Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns
Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns


Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns or possessive adjectives:  

  • I’ve lost ______ keys.
  • Pete is riding ______ bicycle.
  • They like ________ new house.
  • I have a car. The car is _______ .
  • You can address _______ readers more personally.
  • Susan met ______ high school teacher.
  • Here are a)_______ pictures. They show places people visit in b)______ leisure time.
  • House swaps is a process of lending a)______ own home to another family while you live in b)_______. It can be a great way of cutting costs.
  • I had _______hair cut the other day.
  • This is her makeup. This is _______.
  • Some people have the condition where they cannot recognise members of ________ own family.
  • Many women are concerned about dark circles under _______ eyes.

Fill in with the right possessive adjectives using the prompts in brackets:

  • 1.A lotus unfolds _____ petals when the sun rises in the sky . (It)
  • 2.This is _____ pencil. (He)
  • 3. _____ teacher is very nice. (We)
  • 4._____ sister likes to drive a car. (I)
  • 5. Do you like_____ job? (You)
  • 6.John is putting  a)_____ money into b)______ pocket. (He)
  • 7. 1.Where is _____ bag? (I)

Fill in with the right possessive pronouns using the prompts in brackets:

  •  1.This is _____. (We)
  •  2.The ruber  is _____.( He)
  •  3.The notebook is _____.(I)
  •  4.This coat is _____.(She)
  •  5.The rings are _____.(We)
  •  6.This is not _____ (I), this is _____ (They)

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Plural of Nouns /

Some nouns ending in –Y add –S in plural and some change –Y into –I and add –ES : trays, plays but: ladies, buddies

Some nouns have the same form in singular and plural:






Note: Many countable nouns that refer to animals and birds are the same in singular and plural. However, when their meaning in ontext is in singular you use singular determiners and verbs and vice versa.

Some nouns only appear in plural:







*(eye) glasses


*thanks (you would not give someone a single thank but say ’Many thanks’ instead)

-There are 13 nouns that end in –fe or – f that change –f into –v and add –es:














-When a noun ends in s, sh, ch, x, or z – you add -es:

glasses, dishes, churches, boxes, brushes

*Two glasses of orange juice.

You write: potato, tomato, hero, cargo + -es


studio, rodeo, piano + -s

Plural of Nouns – Exercises

Choose the correct form of the verb, whether singular or plural (certain sentences can have both options):

  • Economics at my faculty is/are  very hard to pass.
  • The police is/ are coming.
  • The Government is/are trying to control what you think.
  • Water is/are good for you.
  • Here is/are the news from the BBC.
  • Shingles is/are a viral infection that causes a painful rash.
  • Darts is/are my favourite game in a pub.
  • Dominoes is/are played all over the world.
  • The surroundings is/are quiet.
  • The outskirts of the city is/are rather dull.

Make the following nouns countable (there are different options, below are just examples:)

1.information ________

2.rice ________

3.sugar ________

4.cheese ________

5.bread ________ ________

7.butter ________

8.sand ________

9.salt ________ ________

11.chocolate ________ ________

13.cake ________

14.advice ________

15.jam ________

Plural of Nouns

Write the plurals of the following  nouns (some can take two forms):

















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