TOEFL Grammar: Conditional Matching Exercise

Match up the first half of the conditional sentence on the left with the second half on the right.

For each question, write in the space ONLY the correct number to match with the question number on the left. Example: if you think the first question on the right goes with number 7 on the left, write "7" in the first space.

1. If I won the lottery.
2. We'll miss the train.
3. If it's sunny tomorrow.
4. I'll do the housework.
5. If you want some help.
6. If Tom comes to the party.
7. I'm going to Oxford University.
8. If my parents let me.
9. Will you say yes.
10. If I cook the dinner.
If it rains tomorrow.
If I get the grades I need.
Will you do the dishes?
I'm going out tonight.
I'm going to leave.
I would buy a yacht.
Just ask me.
If I ask you to marry me?
If we don't leave now.
I'll do some gardening.

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