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Practice all conditionals :

I looked but didn't find him. .......................... (I, see) him. I ......... (tell) him the news.

My answer:

I looked but didn't find him. I will see him. I tell him the news.

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Your answer does not include any conditional.

Please check that you copied the question correctly. In particular, please check whether there really is a full stop after the second "him", or whether it is in fact a comma.

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Oumaima Salby 3381all conditionals

There are three commonly used types.

IF ... present ... , ... WILL ...
IF ... past ..., ... WOULD ...
IF ... HAD past participle ..., ... WOULD HAVE past participle

You are being asked to write all three of these for this part:

........... (I, see) him, I ......... (tell) him the news.

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Practice all conditionals :

I looked but didn't find him. .......................... (I, see) him, I ......... (tell) him the news.

My answer:

I looked but didn't find him. Should I see him, I'll tell him the news.

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Oumaima Salby 3381I looked but didn't find him. Should I see him, I'll tell him the news.

This is possible, at least in BrE (I'm not sure whether this pattern with "should" is used in AmE). However, as far as I can tell without seeing the complete instructions, this is unlikely to be the most expected answer.

What is a more usual way of saying "Should I see him"?