Ejercicios de Condicionales: Primer, Segundo y Tercer Condicional en inglés

En esta sección, presentaremos tres actividades diferentes para practicar los condicionales en inglés: primer condicional, segundo condicional y tercer condicional. Cada actividad constará de diez ejercicios en los que se deberá completar la oración con la forma correcta del condicional correspondiente.

Actividad 1: Primer condicional

1. If it rains tomorrow, I _______________ my umbrella. (take)

2. She will pass the exam if she _______________. (study)

3. If you don’t water the plants, they _______________. (die)

4. If he arrives late, we _______________ without him. (start)

5. They _______________ if they don’t leave now. (miss)

6. If you study hard, you _______________ your grades. (improve)

7. If we don’t hurry, we _______________ the train. (miss)

8. If you touch the hot stove, you _______________. (burn)

9. They _______________ if they don’t eat properly. (get)

10. If you don’t practice, you _______________ the game. (lose)

Actividad 2: Segundo condicional

1. If I won the lottery, I _______________ a big house. (buy)

2. She would travel the world if she _______________ enough money. (have)

3. If you studied more, you _______________ better grades. (get)

4. If he were taller, he _______________ basketball. (play)

5. They _______________ if they didn’t have to work. (travel)

6. If you didn’t have a car, you _______________ the bus. (take)

7. If we had more time, we _______________ a vacation. (take)

8. If you didn’t eat so much junk food, you _______________ healthier. (be)

9. They _______________ if they learned a new language. (communicate)

10. If you lived closer, we _______________ more often. (see)

Actividad 3: Tercer condicional

1. If I had known the answer, I _______________ it. (tell)

2. She would have come to the party if she _______________ the invitation. (receive)

3. If you had studied harder, you _______________ the exam. (pass)

4. If he hadn’t missed the bus, he _______________ late. (be)

5. They _______________ if they had won the lottery. (travel)

6. If you hadn’t practiced, you _______________ the game. (lose)

7. If we had gone to the beach, we _______________ a tan. (get)

8. If you hadn’t eaten so much, you _______________ sick. (get)

9. They _______________ if they hadn’t taken a different route. (arrive)

10. If you hadn’t been late, we _______________ the movie. (watch)

Respuestas:

Actividad 1: Primer condicional

1. will take

2. studies

3. will die

4. will start

5. will miss

6. will improve

7. will miss

8. will burn

9. will get

10. will lose

Actividad 2: Segundo condicional

1. would buy

2. had

3. would get

4. would play

5. would travel

6. would take

7. would take

8. would be

9. would communicate

10. would see

Actividad 3: Tercer condicional

1. would have told

2. had received

3. would have passed

4. wouldn’t have been

5. would have traveled

6. would have lost

7. would have gotten

8. wouldn’t have gotten

9. would have arrived

10. would have watched

📝 Entiende los condicionales

1. Aprende a usar los conectores «if» y «unless»: «if» se utiliza para expresar una condición que puede o no ser cumplida, mientras que «unless» se utiliza para expresar una condición que debe ser evitada.

Ejemplo: «If it rains, we will stay inside.» (Si llueve, nos quedaremos adentro.)

«I won’t go to the party unless you come with me.» (No iré a la fiesta a menos que vengas conmigo.)

2. Utiliza «will» para expresar acciones futuras relacionadas con una condición.

Ejemplo: «If she calls me, I will answer.» (Si ella me llama, responderé.)

3. Emplea «should» para expresar acciones recomendadas o posibilidades en las condiciones.

Ejemplo: «If you study hard, you should pass the exam.» (Si estudias mucho, deberías aprobar el examen.)

4. Práctica la estructura «If…then…»: utiliza «if» para introducir la condición y «then» para introducir el resultado o consecuencia.

Ejemplo: «If it snows, then we can go skiing.» (Si nieva, entonces podemos ir a esquiar.)

5. Aprende a expresar condiciones imposibles o improbables utilizando «were» en lugar de «was» en la estructura «If I were…»:

Ejemplo: «If I were a millionaire, I would travel the world.» (Si fuera millonario, viajaría por el mundo.)

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