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conditional 3 filling the gaps with key

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Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the
verbs in brackets and then match them to the pictures.
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I _______________ (miss/not) the plane if I
__________ (leave) home earlier.
If Mr. Rich __________ (lose/not) the client’s number,
he _______________ (call) him yesterday.
We _______________ (have) a picnic if it
__________ (be) warmer.
Maggie _______________ (send) you a holiday
postcard if she __________ (know) your address.
If Grace __________ (go) to university, she _____
__________ (study) medicine.
If we __________ (catch) the morning train, we
_______________ (spend) more time with our
grandchildren.
If I __________ (buy) that old house, I __________
_____ (wallpaper) the living room.
The Browns _______________ (return) home before
dinner if they __________ (get/not) a flat tyre.
Joe _______________ (go) to the party if Susan
__________ (invite) him.
Our neighbour _______________ (be/not) angry if
her husband __________ (come back/not) after
midnight.
If we __________ (know) that Henry was in hospital,
we _______________ (visit) him.
Tony _______________ (fail/not) his biology exam if
he __________ (study) harder.
My parents _______________ (get/not) married if
they __________ (meet/not) at the university.
Karen _______________ (take) a taxi if she _______
______ (lose/not) her wallet.
If my uncle __________ (go) to a music school, he
_______________ (become) a famous pianist.
If I __________ (go) to bed earlier last night, I
_______________ (be/not) so tired.
Larry _______________ (buy/not) another pair of
shoes if they _________ (be/not) on sale.
If I __________ (know) the chocolate milkshake in the
fridge was hers, I _______________ (drink/not) it.
Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the
verbs in brackets and then match them to the pictures.
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I _______________ (miss/not) the plane if I
__________ (leave) home earlier.
If Mr. Rich __________ (lose/not) the client’s number,
he _______________ (call) him yesterday.
We _______________ (have) a picnic if it
__________ (be) warmer.
Maggie _______________ (send) you a holiday
postcard if she __________ (know) your address.
If Grace __________ (go) to university, she _____
__________ (study) medicine.
If we __________ (catch) the morning train, we
_______________ (spend) more time with our
grandchildren.
If I __________ (buy) that old house, I __________
_____ (wallpaper) the living room.
The Browns _______________ (return) home before
dinner if they __________ (get/not) a flat tyre.
Joe _______________ (go) to the party if Susan
__________ (invite) him.
Our neighbour _______________ (be/not) angry if
her husband __________ (come back/not) after
midnight.
If we __________ (know) that Henry was in hospital,
we _______________ (visit) him.
Tony _______________ (fail/not) his biology exam if
he __________ (study) harder.
My parents _______________ (get/not) married if
they __________ (meet/not) at the university.
Karen _______________ (take) a taxi if she _______
______ (lose/not) her wallet.
If my uncle __________ (go) to a music school, he
_______________ (become) a famous pianist.
If I __________ (go) to bed earlier last night, I
_______________ (be/not) so tired.
Larry _______________ (buy/not) another pair of
shoes if they _________ (be/not) on sale.
If I __________ (know) the chocolate milkshake in the
fridge was hers, I _______________ (drink/not) it.
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I wouldn’t have missed the plane if I had left home
earlier.
If Mr. Rich hadn’t lost the client’s number, he would
have called him yesterday.
We would have had a picnic if it had been warmer.
Maggie would have sent you a holiday postcard if she
had known your address.
If Grace had gone to university, she would have
studied medicine.
If we had caught the morning train, we would have
spent more time with our grandchildren.
If I had bought that old house, I would have
wallpapered the living room.
The Browns would have returned home before dinner if
they hadn’t got a flat tyre.
Joe would have gone to the party if Susan had invited
him.
Our neighbour wouldn’t have been angry if her husband
hadn’t come back after midnight.
If we knew that Henry was in hospital, we would have
visited him.
Tony wouldn’t have failed his biology exam if he had
studied harder.
My parents wouldn’t have got married if they hadn’t
met at the university.
Karen would have taken a taxi if she hadn’t lost her
wallet.
If my uncle had gone to a music school, he would have
become a famous pianist.
If I had gone to bed earlier last night, I wouldn’t have
been so tired.
Larry wouldn’t have bought another pair of shoes if
they hadn’t been on sale.
If I had known the chocolate milkshake in the fridge
was hers, I wouldn’t have drunk it.
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