If-Clause Typ 2 (alle Varianten)

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
Typ II – irreale Bedingung

Simple Past + Conditional I (would / should / could / might)

»Wait! It me if I her too soon.« (kill / see)

If I them, she but I them, and I s one of her Maids, that s nothing else but wait on me. (see / not doubt / like / have / do)

Bob, I s ..... And I you in, if I you swimming,« he added, in the tone of a benevolent patron. (not mind / take / see)

If I the probability of my dying in a London lodging-house, I out into the sweet-scented fields. (see / go)

If I good, I m. (see / resist)

If I the moccasin, howsever, I c, in a minute, whether it is made in the Delaware fashion, or not.« (see / tell)

I certainly s him if I him doing anything that made my blood boil.
(see / assault)

Though I can't say I ever actually a Ghost in my Life, yet I am certain I one, if I him, better than that comes to. (see / know / see)

I s my own heart if I either pride or resentment lurking there. (see / detest).

I s her again amongst a thousand, if I her for a moment. (see / know)

If I her Mrs. Arthur Pendennis, I s neither sorry nor surprised, begad!
(see / be)

I c them out this moment if I them again. (see / pick)

Simple Past + Future I

And if I aright, then you s never from hunger any more. (see / suffer)

Simple Past + Simple Past

If I nothing – and I never anything – there no feeling of disappointment. (see / not see / be)

I some other advice from Neil: to speak with no one by the way, to avoid Whigs, Campbells, and the ›red-soldiers‹, to leave the road and lie in a bush if I any of the latter coming. (see / have)

Simple Past + Simple Present

Now I some more matter for your ear, if I you had some patience to listen to me.« (see / have)