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CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE 1




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If we , we �late for school.
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If she �ill, she��to the doctor's.
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If we �the flowers every day, they .
If you �ill, you �to the doctor's.
�Listen to the song and fill in the gaps.
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you'll take away the biggest part of me.
Ooo no, baby please� go.
And if you leave me now,
you'll take away the very� of me.
Ooo no, baby please don't go.
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How� we let it slip away?
We've come too far to leave it all .
How could we end it all this way?
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How could we let it� away?
We've come too far to leave it all behind.
How could we end it all this ?
When tomorrow� and we'll both regret
the� we said today.

If you leave me now,
you'll take away the� part of me.
Ooo no, baby please don't go.

Ooo, girl, I've got to have you by my .

Ooh, no, baby� don't go

Ooh, mama, I just got to have your lovin' yeah
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