Choose the correct option for the first conditional sentences.
1.
a) If I finish my homework, I will go to the party.
b) If I finished my homework, I will go to the party.

2.
a) If he want dinner, he will cook.
b) If he wants dinner, he will cook.

3.
a) If it is cold tomorrow, I stay home.
b) If it is cold tomorrow, I will stay home.

4.
a) He plays hockey if he has time tomorrow.
b) He is going to play hockey if he has time tomorrow.

5.
a) She will not watch the movie if the television is broken.
b) She will not watch the movie if the television will be broken.

6.
a) Richard is going if he has time.
b) Richard is going to go if he has time.

7.
a) Do you drive if the car has gas?
b) Will you drive if the car has gas?

8.
a) If you need help, I will do it.
b) If you needed help, I will do it.

9.
a) I'm going to cook pizza if I can find the ingredients.
b) I'm cooking pizza if I can find the ingredients.

10.
a) If you are late for the meeting, the manager will unhappy.
b) If you are late for the meeting, the manager will be unhappy.


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