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Conditionals (Multiple Choice)




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CONDITIONALS

A . (Multiple choice)

1. Helen would have gone to the party if she  so ill.

2. She would succeed in the test if she  harder.
 
3. If you want me to, I  the shoping.
 
4. If they had eaten breakfast, they  so hungry.
 
5. If she gave him the money, he  it on records.
 
6. There would have been a disaster, if the earthquake  longer.
 
7. The manager  very happy, if Peter signs the agreement.
 
8. If I  you, I wouldn't ask so many questions.
 
9. Martha would have come if you  her.
 
10. She will have many friends if she .                           
                                                                                                                     
B. Match the sentences.
 
1. If he went to France,                                       a. if he had time and money.
 
2. If you drink some apple juice                         b. he wouldn't have spent all his money.
 
3. If she had watched the film carefully             c. I would speak more kindly.
 
4. Tom would have gone to New York               d. he'd speak French fluently.
 
5. Were I you,                                                       e. if he had known she wasn't at home?
 
6. If George hadn't bought a car,                       f. she would have understood the plot.
 
7.  Would Tom have visited Mary                      g. she might have gone to his party.
 
8.  If Bert had spoken to Liz earlier                   h. you won't be thirsty.