Conditional Words Flashcards

Conditional Words Flashcards
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: Whenever grandma visited us, we would use the fine china.
would use
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Identify conditional verb phrase: Assuming he had an appointment opening, we could have seen the doctor yesterday.
could have seen
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: Once you finish remodeling your kitchen, you could host the next family party!
could host
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: If Aunt Shirley had been there, we could have asked her.
could have asked
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: Because Sam took the highway to work, he could have witnessed the large accident.
could have witnessed
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: As long as we worked together, we could accomplish anything!
could accomplish
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: Michael would have stayed home if he was really sick.
would have stayed
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: Assuming you had actually met Eric, you would have known he's bald.
would have known
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: I would go to the football game as long as Brandon was also going.
would go
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: Because Dave brought his charger, he could charge his cell phone.
could charge
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Identify the conditional verb phrase: If we had studied, we would have passed the test.
would have passed
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Flashcard Content Overview

When determining if a sentence contains the conditional tense, you can look for two different types of words. Conditional conjunctions introduce the condition that must be met in order for to fulfill the main clause of the sentence. While 'if' is the most common conditional conjunction, other conditional conjunctions include 'as long as,' 'assuming,' 'whenever,' and 'because.' Sentences in the conditional tense may also contain verbs in the conditional verb tense in the main clause of the sentence. Conditional verb tense is noticeable because it often contains the helping verbs 'could' and 'would.'

Before trying to use conditional tense in your writing, practice identifying conditional conjunctions and conditional verb tense in these flashcards.

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Identify the conditional verb phrase: If we had studied, we would have passed the test.
would have passed
Identify the conditional verb phrase: Because Dave brought his charger, he could charge his cell phone.
could charge
Identify the conditional verb phrase: I would go to the football game as long as Brandon was also going.
would go
Identify the conditional verb phrase: Assuming you had actually met Eric, you would have known he's bald.
would have known
Identify the conditional verb phrase: Michael would have stayed home if he was really sick.
would have stayed
Identify the conditional verb phrase: As long as we worked together, we could accomplish anything!
could accomplish
Identify the conditional verb phrase: Because Sam took the highway to work, he could have witnessed the large accident.
could have witnessed
Identify the conditional verb phrase: If Aunt Shirley had been there, we could have asked her.
could have asked
Identify the conditional verb phrase: Once you finish remodeling your kitchen, you could host the next family party!
could host
Identify conditional verb phrase: Assuming he had an appointment opening, we could have seen the doctor yesterday.
could have seen
Identify the conditional verb phrase: Whenever grandma visited us, we would use the fine china.
would use
Identify the conditional verb phrase: If Amanda hadn't changed her course of study, she could have graduated in four years.
could have graduated
Identify the conditional conjunction: Unless I hurry, I will miss the bus to school.
unless
Identify the conditional conjunction: As long as Angela does her floor routine well, we will win the gymnastics competition.
as long as
Identify the conditional conjunction: Whenever my friends arrive, we will go to the movie.
whenever
Identify the conditional conjunction: Assuming the weather cooperates, we will go camping this weekend.
assuming
Identify the conditional conjunction: If you stay up all night, you will be tired tomorrow.
if
Identify the conditional conjunction: Whenever Elizabeth makes my lattes, they taste extra delicious.
whenever
Identify the conditional conjunction: As long as I'm in charge, we can wear jeans to work.
as long as
Identify the conditional conjunction: We can stop for lunch once we get to Houston.
once
Identify the conditional conjunction: We couldn't go to the store because our car had a flat tire.
because
Identify the conditional conjunction: You would have avoided rush hour traffic, assuming you had left on time.
assuming
Identify the conditional conjunction: We can sleep in if we have a snow day at school.
if

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