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Sentence Structure: Using 'if' 1

In this worksheet, students identify the different parts of a conditional sentence mainly using the word 'if'.

'Sentence Structure: Using 'if' 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   English

Curriculum subtopic:   Grammar: Pronouns, Prepositions & Conjunctions

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A conditional sentence is a sentence in which one thing depends on another.

 

 Result

 Condition

 I will get fit

 if I ride my bike every day.

 

 

The two clauses can be swapped around.

If I ride my bike every day I will get fit.

I will get fit if I ride my bike every day.

 

We sometimes use a comma if the conditional part of the sentence comes first.

If I ride my bike every day, I will get fit.

 

Other conjunctions can be used in conditional sentences as well as 'if'.

Provided it doesn't rain we will go to the beach tomorrow.

You can't go out to play unless you finish your homework.

As long as it doesn't snow the school will remain open.

Choose the most suitable ending for the first half of each conditional sentence.

Column A

Column B

I will get top marks in the test
if you don\'t keep the lid on the lunch box.
I would buy my mum a new house
if I work hard.
The chain will seize up on my bike soon
if I don\'t oil it.
The monkeys will steal your lunch
if I won the lottery.

Choose the most suitable ending for the first half of each conditional sentence.

Column A

Column B

If we don't exercise enough
we will be unfit.
Unless you two stop arguing
you\'ll be sent to your rooms.
Provided Dad gets home in time
we\'ll have a family barbecue.
If it hadn't rained
we would have had our sports day today.

Which word is the conjunction in this sentence?

 

I will help you if you get stuck.

help

if

stuck

Which word is the conjunction in this sentence?

 

Unless you eat your vegetables you won't get any pudding.

unless

vegetables

won't

Which word is the conjunction in this sentence?

 

If I lived nearer to school I could get up half an hour later in the mornings.

if

school

later

Read this sentence and identify the condition, the conjunction and the result.

 

If I won the lottery I would buy a yacht.

Column A

Column B

condition
if
conjunction
I would buy a yacht
result
I won the lottery

Read this sentence and identify the condition, the conjunction and the result.

 

Provided you do your homework you can go out to play.

Column A

Column B

conjunction
you do your homework
condition
provided
result
you can go out to play

Read this sentence and identify the condition, the conjunction and the result.

 

We can't afford to buy a new car unless Mum gets a pay rise.

Column A

Column B

result
we can\'t afford to buy a new car
conjunction
Mum gets a pay rise
condition
unless

Choose the correct way to complete this sentence.

 

If Manchester United win the Champions League I __________ very happy.

was

will be

am

Choose the correct way to complete this sentence.

 

If we hadn't overslept we __________ the train.

will miss

wouldn't have missed

are missing

  • Question 1

Choose the most suitable ending for the first half of each conditional sentence.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

I will get top marks in the test
if I work hard.
I would buy my mum a new house
if I won the lottery.
The chain will seize up on my bik...
if I don\'t oil it.
The monkeys will steal your lunch
if you don\'t keep the lid on the...
  • Question 2

Choose the most suitable ending for the first half of each conditional sentence.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

If we don't exercise enough
we will be unfit.
Unless you two stop arguing
you\'ll be sent to your rooms.
Provided Dad gets home in time
we\'ll have a family barbecue.
If it hadn't rained
we would have had our sports day ...
  • Question 3

Which word is the conjunction in this sentence?

 

I will help you if you get stuck.

CORRECT ANSWER
if
  • Question 4

Which word is the conjunction in this sentence?

 

Unless you eat your vegetables you won't get any pudding.

CORRECT ANSWER
unless
  • Question 5

Which word is the conjunction in this sentence?

 

If I lived nearer to school I could get up half an hour later in the mornings.

CORRECT ANSWER
if
  • Question 6

Read this sentence and identify the condition, the conjunction and the result.

 

If I won the lottery I would buy a yacht.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

condition
I won the lottery
conjunction
if
result
I would buy a yacht
  • Question 7

Read this sentence and identify the condition, the conjunction and the result.

 

Provided you do your homework you can go out to play.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

conjunction
provided
condition
you do your homework
result
you can go out to play
  • Question 8

Read this sentence and identify the condition, the conjunction and the result.

 

We can't afford to buy a new car unless Mum gets a pay rise.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

result
we can\'t afford to buy a new car
conjunction
unless
condition
Mum gets a pay rise
  • Question 9

Choose the correct way to complete this sentence.

 

If Manchester United win the Champions League I __________ very happy.

CORRECT ANSWER
will be
EDDIE SAYS
This conditional sentence is talking about something that might happen in the future so the correct answer is \'will be\'.
  • Question 10

Choose the correct way to complete this sentence.

 

If we hadn't overslept we __________ the train.

CORRECT ANSWER
wouldn\'t have missed
EDDIE SAYS
This sentence is describing something that has already happened. The train has already gone!
---- OR ----

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