If-Clause Typ 1 (alle Varianten)

Gap-fill exercise

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Typ I – reale Bedingung

Simple Present + Future I (will / won’t; shall / shan’t)

»Well, if I the Doctor, I him a lady has laid on him her commands to take care of his precious health, and come home early under my escort.« (see / tell)

If I a trait, my children it after me, and in course of time, all mankind. (see / see).

If I anything very suspicious going on, I just him by the nape of his neck. (see / take)

I promise you that if I any evidence of bad dreams, I you at once.« (see/wake)

If I him, I fear I s to Stone, petrifie incessantly. (see / turn)

Oh! If I anything, I s frightened out of my wits!« (see/ be)

If I nothing to admire in the unit, s I a million units? (see / admire)

If I her again I s my chance. (see / not miss)

Simple Present + Simple Present.

Nor I her if I her; nor you neither. (not know / see)

»If I smoke rising over there,« he thought to himself, »they lost.« (see / be)

me if I anything but these trees. (hang / see)

»If I you in danger, I not a shot?« (see / may risk)

»It no harm,« thought Arthur, »if I this Mr. Tite Barnacle.« (can do / see)

»It be a defect in my mental vision, Blandois,« said he, »but I if I what you have to do with this.« (may be/may die/see)

Why, if I one pursuing party last night – coming up in order, Damn 'em, with their tramp, tramp – I a hundred. (see/see)

»If I it not in her own Possession before I sleep, my next Sleep my last.
(see / may be)

If I you fall into a pit, it my business to draw you out and save your life. (see / be)

»If I one, it me the creeps all over. (see / give)

»There some sailors running ahead there, if I right,« said I to Queequeg. (be/see)

»If I the chance of serving you, you to me.« (see / may trust)

If I her not to-day, we never on this side of time.« (see / may meet)

If I a sword out, my finger to make one. (see / itch)

Parent of despair,
Avert thy mirror! if I , I . (see / die)

Simple Present + Present Progressive

If I her seldom just now, I after her interests as well as my own. (see / look)

Simple Present + Conditional I (would / should / could)

If I a man who had fallen into a well, I to help him out; but if there is a greater probability that he shall me in, than that I shall pull him out, I it. (see / wish / pull / not attempt).

»If I reason to mistrust myself for the past, Louisa, I s also myself for the present and the future. (see / mistrust)