Solutions for: App 421 / If-Sentences: 2nd conditional (1)

Let's practise using the 2nd conditional!
The 2nd conditional is used to talk about things in the future that are probably not going to happen. A dream or an unrealistic wish, for example.

Form the 2nd conditional by using the Past Simple in the if-sentence and "would" in the main sentence. For example: If I won the lottery, I would buy a new car.
You can also reverse the sentence, just as with the 1st conditional: I would buy a new car if I won the lottery.
If I ______ an elephant, I would ride on it to school.

Solution:
had
If I was rich, I ______ end world hunger.

Solution:
would
I would fly to the moon ______ I was an astronaut.

Solution:
if
If I ______ the Queen of England, I would ask her for an autograph.
Insert the right form of "meet"
Solution:
met
If I had Elon Musk's number, I ______ ask him for a Tesla.

Solution:
would
Kelly would be a pop star if she __________ sing.

Solution:
could
They __________ phone me if they had my number.

Solution:
would
If I ______ you, I wouldn't phone him.

Solution:
were
If you were famous, ______ you speak to your fans?

Solution:
would
He would go travelling if he ______ the chance.

Solution:
had
______ I lived in New York, I would go jogging in Central Park every day!

Solution:
If
I would become a doctor if I __________ have a fear of seeing blood.

Solution:
didn't
If I ______ you, I would get a part-time job.

Solution:
were
If you __________ more money, we would be able to buy a house.

Solution:
earned
We would have more money if you __________ spend it all on ice-cream.

Solution:
didn't