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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
_____ I had the money, I would buy a big house.

If I knew the solution to your problem, I _______ tell you.

I _______ buy the house if I had the money.

I could go to your party _____ I didn't have another commitment.

If I ________ a celebrity, I would hide from the paparazzi.

If I were wealthy, I _________ have to work so hard.

If I had studied earlier, I ___________ have to stress out the night before my big test.

If I had passed my driving exam, I ______ have gone on the road trip with you.

Cindy could come out and play with you if she ________ a good girl.

If Andrew were more polite, he ________ say such things in front of our guests.


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69 Comments on “The 2nd Conditional: WOULD & COULD”


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1st comment. yay
And thank you so much for the leson mr. Benjamin

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Very useful lesson, if i had two millions i’d give you one. Thank Benjamin.

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

good lesson Thank you

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Good nice work

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

I got 7 correct out of 10 but I am not fully command on such model verb how to use.

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thanks teacher Benjamin, so useful lesson.

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thank you very much!

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

If I were a millionaire, I would travel all around the world. I could also start a new life. And I should do it properly in a new country, too. As the teacher said, it´d be a dream coming true.

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

10 out of 10 :)

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thanks Benjamin for this lesson….was great :)

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thanks Benjamin, Your lesson Cleared my concept.

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

thank-i got 9 from 10

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

good lesson and nice jacket ;)

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thanks a lot

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

What an impeccable lesson!. Thanks for sharing, Mr. Benjamin

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thanks Mr. Ben!!!
That jacket matches very well with a Harley or a Triumph. Do you like motorbikes??

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Very good, Benjamin! If I were a rich man, I would pay US$ 1000 for each one of your English video lessons. Thanks a lot. Bye!

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

10 out of10. Where is the dibby dibby dum?

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

10 of 10!

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thanks . I really got new information

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thank you, Ben.

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

That structure of the sentences with modals verbs is quite hard to learn, But you made it easier.Thank you Benjamin ..

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

good lesson. Thanks

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thank you,Benjamin! I got 8/10

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

If I were rich in Ukraine I would not go to America.

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

10/10 = 100%

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

You’re the freakin best with Adam. No doubt

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Hello from China~ Thanks for your lesson. Keep working for you and me

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Nice lesson, Benjamin. However, the quiz needs amending.

Please note that question 7 and 8 are NOT examples of the 2nd conditional; they are mixed conditional sentences (3rd + 2nd). As for question 9, both “was” and “were” are correct in current English. However, in testing situations and in formal writing I always recommend that you choose “were” in case the test key is imperfect.

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

I don’t understand why you use WERE with I which I think prefer is WAS. Thanks!

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

I got 3/10 i am so sad😩

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

so do I

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

The reason for using were instead of was (after I in this case) or the grammar or the grammar name of or grammar expression for it is called SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.

There is possibility to use was instead of were and it is and was using in some cases, but it is essentially grammatically incorrect or has essentially different meaning.

There is quite nice article about it here:

http://www.grammar.cl/english/if-i-were-you.htm

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

The reason for using were instead of was (after I in this case) or the grammar or the grammar name of or grammar expression for it is called SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
There is possibility to use was instead of were and it is and was using in some cases, but it is essentially grammatically incorrect or has essentially different meaning.

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

If I were a native spiker I wouldn’t learn this lesson.

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

Thunks

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

hello there,
I’ve got 10 out of 10.

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

Hello! for the question 10, “couldn’t” could be a good response?
I think, it’s just as..?! :/
Thanks..

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

Somebody can explain to me ‘How to use EVER’. I’m quite confused with this word.

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

Thanks Benjamin for this lesson. 10/10!!

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

You’re doing well as always :) I got 100 points because of your presentation if you were a cold-blooded person I
Wouldn’t get enjoy while watching this video :D

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

A little bit hard for using in conversation.

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

I’d say so – slightly difficult for using in conversation (for my level).
Thank you Benjamin. Your lesson was good.

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

Great! 100 points

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

i could not find the first leasens of learning english i want to start from begening can you help me

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

I got 9/10. :)) One mistake when i mix up “was and were”.
Thank you for a good lession.
Take care everyone.

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

ı got it that we use ‘were’ when we use ‘I’ in ıf clause sentences. But in quiz ‘were’ using with ‘she’ . is that true? is that possible? or may ı use ‘was’then say ‘she’ ?

Thursday, September 8th 2016

Well, If I had passed my driving exam I WOULDN´T HAVE…” I was thinking a bus trip and to leave her alone at home. Ha!

Thursday, September 8th 2016

thank you.
from Mongolia

Friday, September 9th 2016

Thank you for this lesson Benjamin. Conditional is one of the most forgettable topics, at least for me.

You look great with that jacket …I want one too!

Friday, September 9th 2016

Thank you Benjamin. you courage me to learn English.

Friday, September 9th 2016

thank you , i got 9 out of 10

Saturday, September 10th 2016

Good work.Thanks.

Sunday, September 11th 2016

Great teaching! Thanks a lot Mr. Benjamin.
And this exam, I totally got 9 out of 10.

Sunday, September 11th 2016

If I were a millionaire, I wouldn’t be renting an apartment in Toronto. Instead I’d buy a house near Saint Clair West or Sandbanks.
If I were a millionaire, I would hire a nanny to look after my active and cute toddler.
And my last sentence, if I were a millionaire I could donate some money to all the great teachers at Engvid. Thanks Benjamin for the lesson and music.

Sunday, September 11th 2016

I think the quiz have diferents condicional forms

Sunday, September 11th 2016

Great teaching site and dainik bhashkar news paper

Monday, September 12th 2016

Thanks teacher and rider Benjamin, for this reviewing lesson!

If I weren’t satisfied, I wouldn’t congratulate you so much :)

Take care on the road.

Tuesday, September 13th 2016

Thank you.

Wednesday, September 14th 2016

why we have to use ” she were ” instead of ” she was “? Hoping Mr. Benjamin would reply this comment. Thank you :)

Friday, September 16th 2016

Thank you

Saturday, September 17th 2016

thanks a million! I have a question, which one of these sentences is grammatically correct?
-I am looking forward to see you.
-I am looking forward to seeing you.
Thank you for your time.

Saturday, September 17th 2016

Great lesson , thank you for teaching us .

Sunday, September 18th 2016

I got 9 correct answers yay

Monday, September 19th 2016

great

Moderator note: Please don’t just leave one-word comments! Take an opportunity to practice your English. Here’s a cat gif.

Monday, September 19th 2016

Hello!
Very thanks for the amazing video, I’m learning more from engvid every single day.
Taking this opportunity, is it possible to make questions using this structure? I mean, for example…
“If you were invisible, would you sneak into ladies room?”
Something like that…
Thank you again and please,fell free to correct my text.

Wednesday, September 21st 2016

I got 8 /10

Thursday, September 22nd 2016

Well done mate. That lesson was ace. Thx.

Thursday, September 22nd 2016

I could swear I saw the 3rd conditional in the quiz. Didn’t I?

Thursday, September 22nd 2016
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