EXERCISE 1: Rewrite the following sentences using “Unless”
1. I won’t go to school if I don’t feel better.
2. Tony will walk to you is you question him.
3. If you don’t put on your overcoat, you’ll be cold.
4. You will fail the exam if you don’t work hard.
5. You’ll get a cold if you don’t keep your feet dry.
6. If I don’t leave now, I’ll miss my flight.
7. If you aren’t going to the party, I won’t go.
8. I can’t send you a postcard if you don’t give me your address.
9. If I won a big prize in a lottery, I’d build a school for the poor.
10. I’ll call the police if you don’t leave me alone.
EXERCISE 2: Rewrite the following sentences using conditional sentences type 2.
1. They are poor, so they can’t help us.
2. He doesn’t do this homework. He is always punished.
3. He doesn’t have enough time. He can’t help me.
4. She doesn’t take any exercise, so she is overweight.
5. He doesn’t have a bicycle, so he always goes to class late.
6. I am bad at English, so I can’t do homework.
7. He doesn’t practise speaking French, so he doesn’t speak it fluently.
8. The meeting can be cancelled because it snows heavily.
9. We don’t go because it will rain.
10. John is fat because he eats so many chips.
EXERCISE 3: Rewrite the following sentences using conditional sentences type 3
1. He didn’t hurry, so he missed the train.
2. We didn’t go because it rained.
3. We got lost because we didn’t have a map.
4. He lost his job because he was late everyday.
5. The dress was so expensive. She could not buy it.
6. Sue felt sick because she ate four cream cakes.
7. My brother left the car keys, so I had to pick him up at the station,
8. We didn’t go on holiday because we didn’t have enough money.
9. He didn’t have the ticket to the game last week. He wasn’t be able to get in.
10. Robert got a bad cough because he started smoking cigarettes.