if-clauses I

If I (to study), I (to pass) the exams.

If the sun (to shine), we (to walk) into town.

He (to see) the doctor, if he (to have) a temperature, .

If my friends (to come), I (to be) very happy.

She (to fly) to New York, if she (to earn) a lot of money,

If we (to travel) to London, we (to visit) the museums.

If you (to wear) sandals in the mountains, you (to slip) on the rocks.

The teacher (to give) her a low mark, if Rita (to forget) her homework,

If they (to go) to the disco, they (to listen) to loud music.

I (to ask) my parents. if you (to wait) a minute.

If it (to rain) , the children (not go) for a walk.

If she (not read) the novel, she (not pass) the literature test.

If I (not argue) with my father, he (to lend) me his motorbike.

If we (to take) the bus, we (not arrive) in time.

If Dick (not buy) the book, his friends (to be) angry with him.

If Tom (not tidy) up his room, Victoria (not help) him with the muffins.

If the boys (not play) football, the girls (not come) to the football pitch.

If you (to eat) too much junk food, you (not lose) weight.

If I (not make) breakfast tomorrow morning, my girlfriend (not love) me anymore.

If they (not hurry) , they (not catch) the train.