If-sentences/Typ 3

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Der Typ III (If-Satz der Vergangenheit, irrealis der Vergangenheit) berichtet über etwas bisher Geschehenes und ist leichter zu identifizieren. Allerdings bestehen seine Bestandteile aus vielen Hilfsverben, die anfangs eher Angst machen.

Beispiele:

If I had known that, I would have stayed at home.

I wouldn't have got(ten) wet if it hadn't rained.


if-clause main-clause
Typ III past perfect
had + 3.Form
would + have + 3.Form

Mixed Exercises (Typ I, II und III)

Interactive Exercises

easy exercises

Move the words with your mouse into the gaps.

If it had rained, I would have got wet.

I wouldn't have got wet if it hadn't rained.

He would have told you, if you had asked him.

If you had been friendlier, he would have asked you.

If it had rained, I would have got wet.

I wouldn't have got wet if it hadn't rained.

He would have told you, if you had asked him.

If you had been friendlier, he would have asked you.


If I had stayed at home

If I had stayed at home, I would have seen (see) my favourite band.

I would have saved a lot of money, if I hadn't gone (not, go) to the concert.

If I hadn't met (meet) Tom, I wouldn't have got (get) backstage passes.

I would have learned more for the test, if I had known (know) about it.

If I had stayed at home, I would have seen (see) my favourite band.

I would have saved a lot of money, if I hadn't gone (not, go) to the concert.

If I hadn't met (meet) Tom, I wouldn't have got (get) backstage passes.

I would have learned more for the test, if I had known (know) about it.

advanced

Put the words in brackets () in the right form into the gaps:

It would have been (be) better if you had waited for me. I had to walk home yesterday.

The flowerpot would have broken (break) if I hadn't caught(catch) it in the last moment.

What would you have done (you, do) if you had met (meet) Mr Robinson?

If you had done(do) as I told you, you would have succeded(succeed) in passing the test.

You would have found (find) the book if you had opened (open) the bag.

If I had known(know) that, I shouldn't have made(should, not, make) that mistake.

If the beggar had asked (ask) you for money, would you have given (you give) him any?

It would have been (be) better if you had waited for me. I had to walk home yesterday.

The flowerpot would have broken (break) if I hadn't caught(catch) it in the last moment.

What would you have done (you, do) if you had met (meet) Mr Robinson?

If you had done(do) as I told you, you would have succeded(succeed) in passing the test.

You would have found (find) the book if you had opened (open) the bag.

If I had known(know) that, I shouldn't have made(should, not, make) that mistake.

If the beggar had asked (ask) you for money, would you have given (you give) him any?