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CBSE English Course Communicative: Work Book Interact in English - Class 10

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Chapter 7: Conditionals

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Chapter 7: Conditionals Exercise B solutions [Pages 118 - 119]

B | Q 2 | Page 118

write sentences using the ideas in the table below. You will need to match the items first.

                                A                                    B
go/Walk enough/Money
Write/Letter Weather/Fine
go/Cinema get/ticket
go/shopping (not)go/out
Pass Exams enough/work

 

 I'll go for a walk if the weather is fine.

_____________________________________

Underline the pair of verbs in each of the Conditional sentences you have
written above, and say which tense they are in.

B | Q 3.1 | Page 118

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

 I'll take you out in the evening if ........................................................... .
(let/ do/ work/ now- persuasion)

B | Q 3.2 | Page 118

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

If you travel without reservation, ........................................................... .
(be/ ask/ to get off the train-warning)

B | Q 3.3 | Page 119

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

If you insult my brother again, ............................................................... .
(complain/ to/ the principal- threat)

B | Q 3.4 | Page 119

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

If the rain continues to be heavy, ..................................... (school sports
day/ be/ cancel- possibility)

B | Q 3.5 | Page 119

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

If he exercises regularly____________________________________________________________(lose weight -ability)

B | Q 3.6 | Page 119

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

If your claims are in order, ......................... (get a refund -possibility)

B | Q 3.7 | Page 119

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

If you've completed your project, .................................. (leave at oncepermission)

B | Q 3.8 | Page 119

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

........................................... , if you want me to give you good marks.
(improve/ handwriting-command)

B | Q 3.9 | Page 119

 Complete the following conditional sentences using the clues given.

If you meet my sister, ___________ ? (you/ ask/ her/ call/
me- request)

Chapter 7: Conditionals Exercise C solutions [Pages 119 - 121]

C | Q 1 | Page 119

Read the imaginary situations given below and complete the sentence
that describes the situation in each case. One has been done for you as an
example.

Example:

You have always wanted to be the owner of a five-star hotel.What would you do if you won a million rupees?

If I won a million rupees, I would build
a five-star hotel.
1 Shikha is in her farm-house. During her morning walk one day, she narrowly escapes being bitten by a snake. What do you think would happen if she was bitten by a snake?

If Shikha was ________________________

______________________________________

______________________________________

____________________________________-_

2 I have misplaced the book Ajay gave me on my birthday. I must find it. If I lost the book, how would Ajay feel?

Ajay would ____________________________-

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

3 Mira might win an air-ticket to Europe.She has been dreaming of going to England. Where do you think you would go if you won an air-ticket?

If I ____________________________________

_______________________________________

__________________________________________

__________________________________________

4 Hema has gained weight. The doctor has advised her to do her exercises
regularly. The doctor thinks:

If she _________________________________

__________________________________________

________________________________________

_______________________________________

5 Delhi Textile Mill is planning to close down its factory. As a consequence,
many workers would lose their jobs.
The Workers' Union wants it to stay
open and says to the management:

If ______________________________________

__________________________________________

____________________________________________

____________________________________________

6 Your friend Mani parks his scooter in the lane outside. You fear that it will
be stolen one day if he continues to
park it there. So you ask him:

What would you do _________________________________________

___________________________________________

______________________________________________

__________________________________________

Underline the pairs or verbs used in each or the sentences you have
written above. Now state below what tenses they are in.

___________________________________________________

C | Q 2 | Page 121

Complete the sentences below in the same pattem as in the example,
choosing the words from the box.

If l were rich, I would open schools for small children.

• the Principal of my school
• God
• the Environment Minister
• tall
• hardworking

1. If I were ____________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

2. If I were __________________________________________

3. If I were ___________________________________________

4. If I were ___________________________________________

5. If I Were ___________________________________________

Chapter 7: Conditionals Exercise D solutions [Pages 123 - 125]

D | Q 2 | Page 123
If + past petfect would+ have+ past participle

If they had brought the man to the hospital immediately after the accident, his
life would have been saved.

Construct sentences in the above pattern using the clues given:

1.  We Wasted time.                                                      We missed the train.

_________________________________________

2. He did not take the advice of his accountants. He lost a lot of money.

_________________________________________

3. There was an accident on the way. I did not reach the office in time.

_________________________________________

D | Q 4 | Page 124

Read the passage below, about an electric car. Then, with a partner, list its weaknesses. When you have finished, your teacher will discuss them with you and write them on the board.

Some years ago, a three-wheeled electric car was launched by Hindustan Electric Company. Although it was a revolutionary vehicle, it was a commercial disaster. The
Company did very little research, but believed the product would be successful. The car did not have a very powerful engine, so it was not very fast. As a result it did not appeal to adults. However, even though it was small and slow, the car was not suitable for children either. It did not appear to be safe to use on the road because it was so small. It was also very expensive. The Company had to stop production, after losing millions of rupees.

  • Because so many things were wrong with the car, it was impossible for the company to sell it successfully. The company should have been more careful.
  • Read the clues below and say what the company should have done/ should
    not have done in order to produce a more successful car.

1. (carry out) (proper market research) (realise) (success) If the company had carried out proper market research, it would have realised the car would not be a success.

2. (powerful) (fast) If the car engine had been __________________

3. (expensive) (suitable) If ________________

4. (size) (safety) If ______________

D | Q 5 | Page 125

Ashok bad a terrible day yesterday. Look at the chain of events that happened to him.

Now he is lying in bed thinking of what might have happened if .............. 

  • Use the type of sentence you used in the last exercise to write down his thoughts. Start like  this: "If the alarm had gone off, I wouldn't have got up late. Ifl hadn't ______________
  • Underline the pairs of verbs in each of the sentences you have written
    above.

Chapter 7: Conditionals Exercise E solutions [Page 126]

E | Q 1 | Page 126
  • In pairs, complete the sentences below as shown in the example:
If(=when)        water is heated to 100°C(at STP) it boils. or
Water boils      if (when) it is heated to 100°C (at STP).
  1. If you do not regularly oil the moving parts of a bicycle, ______________
  2. _____________________ when you leave the kettle for too long.
  3. When the tectonic plates of the earth's crust move, ___________________
  4. _______________ if you press the FF> button on a cassette player.
  5. If a plant does not get enough sunlight, _____________________
  • Underline the pair of verbs used in each of the conditional sentences you have written above, and say what tense they are in.

Chapter 7: Conditionals Exercise F solutions [Pages 127 - 128]

F | Q 1.1 | Page 127

Tick the correct option from the words . Think carefully.

  • We will go to Changu Lake on Saturday _________ the weather is fine .
  • prouided that

  • unless

F | Q 1.2 | Page 127

Tick the correct option from the words . Think carefully.

  • __________ the shop gives a good discount we will place our order with them.
  • Unless

  • As long as

F | Q 1.3 | Page 127

Tick the correct option from the words . Think carefully.

  • ________ we look into his complaints the situation is going to get worse. 
  • Unless

  • If

F | Q 1.4 | Page 127

Tick the correct option from the words . Think carefully.

  • _________ you avoid the bandits, they will kill you. 
  • Providedthat

  • Unless

F | Q 1.5 | Page 127

Tick the correct option from the words . Think carefully.

  • ___________ peace is what all governments want, we should all learn the art of peace-making.
  • Unless

  • As long as

F | Q 2 | Page 128

Make similar sentences using the clues given below. Do not use if.

1. children         - receive love (develop)
2. people           - eat well, exercise (healthy)
3. examination  - on time (waste a year)
4. movie            - short, interesting (hit)
5. journal           - useful, attractive (popular)

As long as________________

Unless____________________

Providing __________________

Unless _______________

Provided that ______________

Chapter 7: Conditionals Exercise G solutions [Page 129]

G | Q 1 | Page 129

Match the phrases from columns A and B to form meaningful sentences. Rewrite them in the space provided below. The first one has been done for you.

A B
1. If I save enough money, a. let me know
2. I will come over to your place b. unless I get up early tomorrow.
3. As long as you pay, c. if you had warned me about the pollution.
4. If you need money, d. I would run a charity home.
5. I'll miss my flight e. provided I win this race.
6. If I were rich, f. provided that I have finished my homework.
7. I shall be selected for the Olympics g. if you had worked harder.
8. I wouldn't have gone for a swim h. I may go to America this summer.
9. If you put salt in water, i. it dissolves
10. You would probably have passed the exam k. you can be a member of the club.

Chapter 7: Conditionals

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CBSE English Course Communicative: Work Book Interact in English - Class 10

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