The Second Conditional
The second conditional is used to imagine present or future situations that are impossible or unlikely in reality.
Form: If + past simple, … would / could
10 Examples of zero conditional sentences
20 Examples of First Conditional Sentences
Examples of Second Conditional Sentences
- If I won the lottery, I would buy a house.
- If I were a police, I would arrest all criminals.
- He could get a better job, if he spoke English.
- If you had friends, you wouldn’t feel so lonely.
- What would you do, if you won a lottery?
- If I were you, I would take up this job.
- What would you do, if you were me?
- If I were you, I would never buy this car.
- What would you do, if you weren’t sick?
- I would tell you if I didn’t want to go.
- If I had the money, I would lend it to you.
- If I had her contact number, I would call her.
- If you invited her, she would definitely come.
- If I were john, I would not say those things.
- I would be happy if I had more free time.
- If I had enough money, I would buy a big house.
- John could win the race if he practiced hard.
- You wouldn’t be so tired if you went to bed earlier.
- If you took medicines, you would be cured by now.
- If you could travel to any country, where would you go?