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Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 1

Direction: Fill in the blank in the following sentence with the help of the options that follow.

Sharman will not eat food unless he _________ accompanied by her.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 1

This sentence is a present conditional sentence where the conjunction "unless" is used to introduce the condition. The condition is that Sharman needs to be accompanied by someone in order to eat food. The correct verb form to complete the sentence is "is", which is the present tense of the verb "to be". Therefore, the correct sentence is "Sharman will not eat food unless he is accompanied by her." The other options - "was being", "would be", and "will" - do not fit the sentence grammatically or logically.

Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 2

Choose the correct phrase from the given option and make a conditional sentence.

We won't be able to use grammar correctly unless you _______ it.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 2
  • Conditional sentences are statements discussing known factors or hypothetical situations and their consequences. 
  • In the sentence given above, we have to choose a word which best expresses the usage of grammar. 
  • We don't use don't/not with unless.
  • The most appropriate answer would be 'understand'. 
  • The sentence would become, 'We won't be able to use grammar correctly unless you understand it.'
  • Hence, the correct answer is Option 3. 
Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 3

If we _______ you 10%, we ______ have any money on it.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 3

The sentence is a second conditional, which expresses a hypothetical or unreal situation in the present or future. The two clauses in the sentence need to have verbs that are in agreement with this conditional.

The first clause needs a verb in the present tense, and the second clause needs a verb in the conditional tense.

Therefore, the correct verb forms to complete the sentence are "Give" (present tense) and "would" (conditional tense), making option D the correct answer.

Option A and B use present tense in both clauses, which doesn't fit the second conditional sentence structure. Option C uses the past tense in the first clause, which doesn't fit the present or future hypothetical situation described in the sentence.

Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 4

If John ___________ a good job offer, he would move to New York.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 4

This is a third conditional sentence, which is used to talk about a hypothetical past situation and its hypothetical result. The correct form is "if + past perfect, would have + past participle."

Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 5

If I ___________ you were coming, I would have baked a cake.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 5

This is a third conditional sentence, which is used to talk about a hypothetical past situation and its hypothetical result. The correct form is "if + past perfect, would have + past participle."

Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 6

If I _______ a millionaire, I _______ a yacht.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 6

This is a second conditional sentence, which is used to express hypothetical or unlikely situations in the present or future. The correct form of the sentence is "If I were a millionaire, I would buy a yacht." The use of "were" instead of "am" or "was" indicates that the situation is unlikely to happen.

Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 7

If he _______ for the job, he _______ the interview.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 7

This is a first conditional sentence, which is used to express possible situations in the present or future. The correct form of the sentence is "If he applied for the job, he would get the interview."

Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 8

Choose the correct phrase from the given option and make a conditional sentence.

If Raja goes to the park, he _____ his friends.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 8

Conditional sentences are statements discussing known factors or hypothetical situations and their consequences. 
In the given sentence, it is talking about a hypothetical situation that can happen in the future, i.e., "If Raja goes to the park'.
Since, it is a hypothetical situation and not something that is happening or has happened, it is basically a future tense. 
So the most appropriate answer would be 'will see'.
The sentence will be ' If Raja goes to the park, he will see his friends'.
Hence, the correct answer is Option 2. 

Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 9

Select the most appropriate option to fill in the blank.

You would ______ believe me when I tell you what I saw.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 9
  • The most appropriate option to fill in the given blank is 'scarcely'. 
  • The second clause of the given sentence has the conjunction 'when'. 
  • The adverb 'scarcely' means 'used to say that something happened immediately after something else happened'. 
  • With 'scarcely/hardly' the conjunction 'when' is used. 
  • Example: Scarcely had Yatin reached his office when he was given a lot of work, that he couldn't handle.
  • Therefore, as per the points mentioned above, we find that the correct answer is Option 4. 
Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 10

Direction: Select the word or group of words you consider most appropriate for the blank space and indicate your response accordingly.

If I were a bird, ______.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Conditional Sentences) - Question 10
  • ​Conditional sentences are statements discussing known factors or hypothetical situations and their consequences.
  • One of the structures is mentioned below:
  • This particular type is followed when we talk about something in the past which is purely imaginary.
  • If + Simple Past, Subject + Would + V1 + Object.
  • ​In case of imaginary sentences, 'were' is used with all subjects irrespective of their number.
  • Example:
  • If I had wings, I would fly like a bird.
  • ​He shouted at me as if he were my coach.
  • As per the structure given above, the 2nd option will be the only correct choice in the given blank.
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