The First Conditional Tense! Grammar Trivia Quiz

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Are you ready to put your knowledge of the first conditional tense to the test? The first conditional is a crucial grammatical structure used when speculating about potential outcomes based on specific actions or events. It's a fundamental aspect of English grammar.
This quiz is designed to assess your proficiency in formulating sentences in the first conditional tense. Whether you're a grammar enthusiast looking to refine your skills or a language learner eager to grasp this essential concept, this quiz is the perfect challenge.
Test your ability to construct sentences and predict potential outcomes with the first conditional. Read moreDive into the world of grammar trivia, challenge yourself, and enhance your linguistic competence. Discover just how skilled you are at using this tense in practical scenarios. Take the quiz now and elevate your command of English grammar!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    If you ... a lot of candies, you ... bad teeth.

    • A.

      Will eat, have

    • B.

      Will eat, 'll have

    • C.

      Eat, will have

    • D.

      Will have, will

    Correct Answer
    C. Eat, will have
    Explanation
    If you eat a lot of candies, you will have bad teeth. This is because consuming excessive amounts of candy can lead to tooth decay and cavities. The action of eating the candies will result in the consequence of having bad teeth in the future.

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  • 2. 

    He ... this book if he ... it.

    • A.

      Enjoys, will read

    • B.

      Will enjoy, reads

    • C.

      Will enjoy, will read

    • D.

      Reads

    Correct Answer
    B. Will enjoy, reads
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will enjoy, reads". This is because the sentence is in the future tense, indicated by the use of "will". Therefore, the verb "enjoy" should also be in the future tense. Additionally, the second part of the sentence uses the present tense verb "reads" to indicate that he will read the book.

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  • 3. 

    If you ... coffee at night, you ...

    • A.

      Drink, will sleep

    • B.

      Will drink, will sleep

    • C.

      Won't slept, drink

    • D.

      Drink, won't sleep

    Correct Answer
    D. Drink, won't sleep
    Explanation
    Drinking coffee at night can cause sleeplessness or difficulty in falling asleep. Therefore, if you drink coffee at night, you won't be able to sleep.

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  • 4. 

    Our teacher ... angry if we ... our homework. 

    • A.

      Is, won't do

    • B.

      Will be, don't do

    • C.

      Be, don't do

    • D.

      Is, will

    Correct Answer
    B. Will be, don't do
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will be, don't do". This is because the sentence is talking about a future possibility. The verb "will be" indicates that the teacher's emotion of anger will occur in the future, and the verb "don't do" suggests that not completing homework is the action that will trigger this emotion.

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  • 5. 

    I ... outside, if it ... rainy.

    • A.

      Won't go, is

    • B.

      Will go, will be

    • C.

      Don't go, will be

    • D.

      Will, won't

    Correct Answer
    A. Won't go, is
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "won't go, is". This is because the sentence is in the future tense, indicating a future event. The use of "won't" suggests a negative future action, indicating that the speaker will not go outside. The word "is" indicates the weather condition, specifically that it will be rainy.

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  • 6. 

    If we ... him tomorrow, we ... hello. 

    • A.

      Will meet, will say

    • B.

      Meet, say

    • C.

      Met, meet

    • D.

      Meet, will say

    Correct Answer
    D. Meet, will say
    Explanation
    In this sentence, the word "if" indicates a condition or possibility in the future. Therefore, the correct answer is "meet, will say" because it implies that if we meet him tomorrow, we will say hello.

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  • 7. 

    Joe ... happy if she ...

    • A.

      Is, will come

    • B.

      Is, come

    • C.

      Will be, comes

    • D.

      Will, come

    Correct Answer
    C. Will be, comes
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will be, comes." This is because the sentence is in future tense, indicating that Joe will be happy in the future. Therefore, the correct verb forms to use are "will be" and "comes."

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  • 8. 

    I ... to university if I ... my exams.

    • A.

      Go, will pass

    • B.

      Will go, pass

    • C.

      Go, pass

    • D.

      Went

    Correct Answer
    B. Will go, pass
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will go, pass". This is because the sentence is in the future tense, indicating that the action of going to university will happen in the future. Additionally, the use of "will" suggests a conditional statement, meaning that going to university is dependent on the action of passing the exams. Therefore, the correct form is "will go, pass".

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  • 9. 

    If it ... cold tonight, I ... the heat on.

    • A.

      Is, will put

    • B.

      Is, put

    • C.

      Will be, will put

    • D.

      Will, be put

    Correct Answer
    A. Is, will put
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "is, will put." The sentence is talking about a future event (tonight) and the condition (if it is cold). Therefore, the present tense "is" is used to indicate the condition, and the future tense "will put" is used to indicate the action that will happen in response to the condition.

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  • 10. 

    Emma ... a party on Friday, if her parents ...

    • A.

      Will have, will go away

    • B.

      Will has, go away

    • C.

      Will have, go away

    • D.

      Will go, away

    Correct Answer
    C. Will have, go away
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will have, go away". In this sentence, the verb "will have" is used to express a future action, indicating that Emma is planning to have a party on Friday. The verb "go away" is used to describe the action of Emma's parents leaving or being absent during the party.

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