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Sentence Structure: Using 'if' 2

In this worksheet, students consider different types of conditional sentence, using the word 'if'.

'Sentence Structure: Using 'if' 2' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:   Extend Sentence Composition

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

Conditional sentences are sentences in which one thing depends upon another.

If I win the lottery then I will give all the money to charity.


We often leave out the word 'then'.

If I win the lottery I will give all the money to charity.


There are different types of conditional sentence.


1) Things that might actually happen

If it snows we will build a snowman.

This type of sentence uses the future tense ('we will').


2) Imaginary things or things that might possibly happen but are unlikely

If David Beckham came to our school I would be very excited.

This type of sentence uses words like 'could' and 'would'.


3) Things that cannot be changed because they are in the past

If I had worked harder I would have passed the test.

This type of sentences uses words like 'could have' and 'would have'.

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