Hey, what do you know about conditional sentences? You must have studied them in your primary school. Check out this conditional statements quiz that we've created below and get to test your knowledge on this topic. Before starting the quiz, let us remind you that conditional statements refer to those statements in which a hypothesis is followed by a conclusion. It is also known as an " If-then" statement. Now, let's start the test and test your knowledge.
If today is Wednesday, then tomorrow is Thursday.
If tomorrow is Thursday, then today is Wednesday.
If today is not Wednesday, then tomorrow is not Thursday.
If tomorrow is not Thursday, then today in not Wednesday.
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If Henry makes a 65 on the test, then Henry failed the test.
If Henry failed the test, then Henry made a 65 on the test.
If Henry did not make a 65 on the test, then Henry did not fail the test.
If Henry did not fail the test, then Henry did not make a 65 on the test.
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If a whole number is divisible by 2, then it is even.
If a whole number is even, then it is divisible by 2.
If a whole number is not divisible by 2, then it is not even.
If a whole number is not even, then it is not divisible by 2.
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If Sally is 6 feet tall, then she plays basketball.
If Sally plays basketball, then she is 6 feet tall.
If Sally is not 6 feet tall, then she does not play basketball.
If Sally does not play basketball, then she is not 6 feet tall.
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Carl studied only 30 minutes and Carl passed the test.
Carl studied 3 hours for the test and Carl did not pass.
Carl studied one hour for the test and Carl did not pass.
Carl studied for 2 hours and pass the test.
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The light is red
If the light is red
You must stop.
Then you must stop.
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If the baby is wearing blue booties
The baby is wearing blue booties
Then it is a baby boy
It is a baby boy
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If a conditional is true then the inverse is false.
If a conditional is false then the converse is false.
If a conditional is true then the contrapositive is true.
Every true statement will have at least one counterexample.
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Some fire trucks are white.
Some fire trucks are red.
9 out of 10 fire trucks are red.
Most fire trucks are not red.
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If a bird is a cardinal it is red.
If a bird is red, it is a cardinal.
If a cardinal is red, then it is a bird.
If a bird is not red, then it is not a cardinal.
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