Verbal Ability - Conditionals Online Quiz


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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to Conditionals. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer button. You can use Next Quiz button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Questions and Answers

Q 1 - The dog ... you if it hadn’t been tied up.

A - would bite

B - will bite

C - would have bitten

D - bites

Answer : C

Explanation

If the main clause has action word in future perfect, the conditional clause will have verb in past perfect. And, vice versa.

Q 2 - She ... pleased if you came.

A - would be

B - would have been

C - would has been

D - was

Answer : A

Explanation

If the main clause has the action word in past modal, the conditional clause will have verb in simple past. And, vice versa.

Q 3 - Do you think pigs ... if they had wings?

A - will fly

B - would fly

C - wouldn´t have flown

D - flew

Answer : B

Explanation

If the main clause has the action word in past modal, the conditional clause will have verb in simple past. And, vice versa.

Q 4 - If the room ... tidy, Mum will be happy.

A - was

B - is

C - will be

D - were

Answer : B

Explanation

If the main clause has action word in simple future or present modal (can, must, etc.), the conditional clause will have verb in simple present. And, vice versa.

Q 5 - If they had eaten breakfast, they ... so hungry.

A - wouldn’t have felt

B - wouldn’t feel

C - will feel

D - would feel

Answer : A

Explanation

If the main clause has action word in future perfect, the conditional clause will have verb in past perfect. And, vice versa.

Q 6 - There would have been a disaster, if the earthquake ... longer.

A - had lasted

B - lasts

C - lasted

D - have lasted

Answer : A

Explanation

If the main clause has action word in future perfect, the conditional clause will have verb in past perfect. And, vice versa.

Q 7 - She wouldn't have yawned the whole day if she ... late last night.

A - wouldn’t stayed up

B - won’t stay up

C - hadn’t stayed up

D - don’t stay up

Answer : C

Explanation

If the main clause has action word in future perfect, the conditional clause will have verb in past perfect. And, vice versa.

Q 8 - If we arrived at 10, we ... Tyler's presentation.

A - will miss

B - would miss

C - would have missed

D - would be missing

Answer : B

Explanation

If the main clause has the action word in past modal, the conditional clause will have verb in simple past. And, vice versa.

Q 9 - If I ... the film in the cinema, I wouldn't have watched it on TV again.

A - had seen

B - seen

C - have seen

D - saw

Answer : A

Explanation

If the main clause has action word in future perfect, so conditional clause will have verb in past perfect. And, vice versa.

Q 10 - They'd have been able to return the bottle if they ... the labels.

A - hadn’t torn off

B - haven’t torn

C - don’t tear off

D - didn’t tear off

Answer : A

Explanation

If the main clause has action word in future perfect, so conditional clause will have verb in past perfect. And, vice versa.


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