#EngQuiz: Using Unless

Today I will give you exercises about how to use ‘unless’.

‘Unless’ can be defined as ‘if … not.’
E.g.

a. “I will go sight seeing tomorrow if it isn’t cold.”

b. “I will go sight seeing tomorrow unless it’s cold.”

Note: (a) and (b) have the same meaning.
Here we go!

Make sentences with the same meaning by using ‘unless’ (change ‘if … not’ to ‘unless’).

  1. People won’t know it if you don’t say anything.

  2. You can’t enter the train if you don’t have a ticket.

  3. Your fever will get worse if you don’t take the medicine.

  4. You can’t travel abroad if you don’t have a passport.

  5. You’ll get hungry during work if you don’t have breakfast.

  6. You’ll be late to school if you don’t wake up now.

  7. Your letter won’t get delivered if it doesn’t have the correct address.

  8. I’m sorry, but you can’t see the doctor if you don’t make an appointment.

  9. We can go to the zoo if it doesn’t rain.

  10. The ice will melt if you don’t put it in the freezer.
    Answers:

  11. People won’t know it unless you say anything.

  12. You can’t enter the train unless you have a ticket.

  13. Your fever will get worse unless you take the medicine.

  14. You can’t travel abroad unless you have a passport.

  15. You’ll get hungry during work unless you have breakfast.

  16. You’ll be late to school unless you wake up now.

  17. Your letter won’t get delivered unless it have the correct address.

  18. I’m sorry, but you can’t see the doctor unless you make an appointment.

  19. We can go to the zoo unless it rains.

  20. The ice will melt unless you put it in the freezer.
    Compiled and written by @sherlydarmali for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, June 25, 2017.

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