Придаточные предложения условия и времени в будущем . Раскрываем скобки

Оглавление —> Глагол

Продолжаем отрабатывать условные (Conditional Sentences in the Future) и временные предложения ( Adverbial Clauses of time in the Future) в будущем. Всегда начинаем с несложных упражнений, а именно:

Во-первых, надо понять и выучить назубок подчинительные союзы ( слова-связки). Учить по списку — пустая затея; самый беспроигрышный вариант — отслеживать союзы в предложениях. Упражнения с союзами:  if, when, as soon as, unless, until (till);   in case, before, after;   only if, even if, if once;   provided (that), providing(that), as long as, on condition (that);   supposing (that), suppose (that), whether … or not… ; уже написаны. Переводя английские условные и временные предложения необходимо уяснить разницу между  if и when;  if и in case.

Во-вторых, надо  “увидеть” в английских предложениях грамматическое правило образования придаточных предложений условия и времени в будущем. Для этого надо читать как можно больше английских предложений в данном грамматическом поле. Тогда новая, только что усвоенная грамматика будет узнаваема.

Разобравшись с союзами и освоив основное правило условных и временных придаточных в будущем, можно выходить на средний уровень (intermediate).

В следующих предложениях надо раскрыть скобки  и поставить глаголы в нужном времени. Само собой разумеется, предложения надо перевести.

1. Before John (to start) for London he (to come) to my place to say good-bye.

2. You ( to invite) Tom to our party when you ( to see) him?

3. Your granny ( to be amazed) when you ( to see ) the view.

4. I ( to catch) the train if I (to take) a taxi?

5. You ( not to go) until I (to know) the truth.

6. You ( to phone) me as soon as you arrive in London?

7. If Ann ( to look after) the luggage, I (to buy) the tickets.

8. What he ( to do) if he ( to fail) his exam?

9. You ( to have) a bicycle of your own when you (to be) older.

10. If a beggar ( to ask) you for money, you (to give) him any?

11. What you ( to do) when you (to graduate from) your University?

12. Let’s go to the cafe when the concert ( to be over).

13. I hope we ( to see) before you (to leave).

14. You ( to forgive) Tom if he ( to apologize) to you?

15. Stay at home until your husband ( to return). Give him the note as soon as he (to come).

16. What you ( to do) if you ( to want; to hire) a taxi?

17. If I (to meet) Mary today I ( to speak) to her.

18. The child ( not to improve) unless his elder brother ( to set) him a good example.

19. You ( must; to help) him if he ( to be) in trouble.

20. Henry ( to be busy ) when we ( to return) home?

21. I ( not to go) to the party unless you ( to come) with me.

22. You ( can; to play) the piano if you (to like).

23. The boy ( to complain) if I ( to punish) him?

24. Don’t get off the bus until it ( to stop).

25. You ( can; to do) this work If he ( to fail) you?

26. I ( not to express) an opinion until I ( to know) the facts.

27. If he ( to make) another attempt, he ( to succeed)?

28. The river ( not to begin; to rise) until some rain ( to fall).

29. I ( to write) to you when I ( to leave) England.

30. As soon as Henry ( to spend) that money He ( to try; to borrow) some more.

31. We ( to go) to the country tomorrow if the weather ( to be) fine?

32. The train (not can; to move) until the the snow (to fall).

33. If you (to take) more interest in the language you ( to succeed).

34. Don’t leave the house until you ( to wash) your face.

35. What you ( to do) if your children ( to behave) badly?

36. When John ( to grow ) a beard, even his closest friends ( not to recognize) him.

37. You ( to go) with us to the ZOO tomorrow if you ( to be) a good boy.

38. You ( to help) me if I ( to need) you?

39. If you ( to leave) the letter on the table, my sister ( to post) it for you.

40. What you (to do) if you ( not to share) your companion’s opinion?