Solutions for: App 422 / If-Sentences: 2nd conditional (2)

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 ______ a fish, I would discover all the world's oceans!

Solution:
was
I ______ go to live in the desert if I liked hot weather.

Solution:
would
We would come camping with you if we ______ the time.
Insert the right form of "have"
Solution:
had
If she were a famous singer, she ______ ask Ed Sheeran to sing with her.

Solution:
would
Ben would love to understand his dog if only he ______ his language.

Solution:
knew
If I ______ in Brasil, I would speak Portuguese.

Solution:
lived
If I inherited a lot of money, I would __________ it to a good cause.

Solution:
donate
If I ______ you, I wouldn't go out in a thunderstorm.

Solution:
were
Would you talk to aliens if they ______ to earth?
Insert the right form of "come"
Solution:
came
I would eat lots of strawberries every summer if I __________ allergic to them.

Solution:
wasn't
We would come to your party if we __________ on holiday in Italy!

Solution:
weren't
If I had a car, I __________ drive to school every day.

Solution:
would
__________ you come to the cinema tonight if you didn't have to work?

Solution:
Would
If I ______ a famous cook, I would do cooking shows on TV.

Solution:
was
I wouldn't bother if I ______ you!

Solution:
were