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0,1,2,3, mixed Conditionals

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0,1,2,3 conditionals, mixed
Do not use contracted forms such as don't/won't. Use full forms only!
 
1.   If they  (find) your bag, they  (give) it back to you at once I am sure of that.
 
2.   Probably, you left your bag somewhere else. If they  (find) your it, they  (give) it back to you at once I am sure of that.
 
3.   If they  (find) your bag, they  (give) it back to you at once but I am not sure that you left it there.
 
4.   If Mary  (find) anything on the street, she always  (take) it to the lost and found office.
 
5.   I bought an expensive toaster yesterday.  If I  (not/buy) it I  (not/spend) so much money.
 
6.   Although, I can make very tasty breakfast now. If  (not/buy) it yesterday, I  (not/be) able to cook tasty breakfast tomorrow.
 
7.   I  (try) out some new recipes from the book that came along with the toaster, unless I  (forget) to buy all the ingredients at the store today.
 
8.   When people  (buy) something new, no matter if it is a jumper, a car, or a toaster, they  (use) it continually for a while, and then sometimes forget about it.
 
9.   If I  (have) some free time, but I am extremely busy, I  (go) to the shopping center.
 
10.   When Jim  (arrive) home, his dog always  (run) to greet him.