Hypothetical Events Worksheet 2

By: Study Tips Today

Talking about hypothetical events might involve using sentences that contain "if."

Some sentences that contain "if" are called conditional sentences. They contain two parts: a condition (a situation that is necessary to cause a result) and a real or hypothetical consequence.

Identify the hypothetical future consequence in each of the following sentences.

Exercise 1:

If you are to succeed at college, you need to study harder.

What is the hypothetical future consequence in this sentence?

A. succeeding at college
B. studying harder


Exercise 2:

If he is to win the Olympic gold medal, he must train every day.

What is the hypothetical future consequence in this sentence?

A. winning the Olympic gold medal
B. training every day


Exercise 3:

You must exercise more often if you are to lose weight,.

What is the hypothetical future consequence in this sentence?

A. exercising more often
B. losing weight


Exercise 4:

If he is to be a good manager, he needs to have good communication skills.

What is the hypothetical future consequence in this sentence?

A. being a good manager
B. having good communication skills


Exercise 5:

You must get some work experience now if you are to get a good job when you graduate.

What is the hypothetical future consequence in this sentence?

A. getting work experience now
B. getting a good job after graduation


ANSWERS:

1.  The correct answer is A.

2.  The correct answer is A. 

3.  The correct answer is B.

4.  The correct answer is A.

5.  The correct answer is B.

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