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Finish the following sentences.

1 If you had a carpet on the stairs ....

2 If you should see a snake . . . .

3 If I lived in the country ....

4 If you want to get to the station in time to catch the 8.10 train ....

5 He was sleepwalking. When I saw him going towards the window I stopped him. If I hadn't stopped him ....

6 She is simply terrified of rats. If she hears the rats running round your attics she . . . .

7 The milk wouldn't have turned sour if . . . .

8 They were completely lost and didn't know which way to turn; but for the dog . . . .

9 If you took a course in computer programming ....

10 Jack (trying to phone Peter): I can hear the phone ringing. Peter must be out. If he were in he ....

11 If we have another puncture .... .

12 I could have walked more quickly if my suitcase ....

13 My room would be all right if it ....

14 If you aren't going to use the car tomorrow, . . . ?

15 If you don't like films why . . . ?

16 There were plenty of fish in the bay; if we'd had fishing lines ... .

17 The hijackers threatened to kill the pilot unless he ....

18 We'll test your voice and if it is good enough ....

19 If buses and trains were free ....

20 If children were allowed to do exactly as they liked in school ... .

21 I'd have taken a photograph if ....

22 Your job sounds awful. If I were you ....

23 If you thought he was unreliable why . . . ?

24 If I'd known that there was going to be an electricity strike I . . .

25 If the price of petrol goes up ....

26 You can camp in this field provided ....

27 Unless you isolate people with infectious diseases ....

28 Everyone was going much too fast. The pile-up wouldn't have be nearly so terrible if the drivers . ...

29 They would have paid you more if . ...

30 If you don't boil the water before you drink it ....

31 He expected absolute punctuality. He was furious if ....

32 If you lived on the 40th floor and there was a power strike ....

33 We could have got seats ....

34 Mother to little boy: If you don't eat up your nice rice pudding ....

35 Tom (looking at his watch): We'll have to go without Peter if ....

36 If you breathe a word of this to anybody ....

 

Finish these sentences, taking care to use the correct tenses.

1 If he had taken my advice . . .

2 If you ate less . . .

3 We'll send for the doctor if . . .

4 If she practised more . . .

5 If there isn't enough wine in that bottle . . .

6 If you had checked the petrol before we started . . .

7 This clock wouldn't have run down if . . .

8 Try on the blue one if . . .

9 If these gates are locked . . .

10 If we leave before breakfast . . .

11 If the river rises any higher . . .

12 Her life might have been saved if . . .

13 If the volcano starts erupting ...

14 The grass would look better if . . .

15 Unless it isa nice day . ..

16 If you don't put enough stamps on a letter, the person who gets it . . .



17 He would lend it to you if . . .

18 Unless this hotel gets another cook . . .

19 If the storm becomes worse . . .

20 If your uncle sees you . . .

21 If you tried to climb it without a guide . . .

22 If you didn't shake the camera so much, your photographs . . .

23 I'd have brought my coat . . .

24 If (=as) you don't like the picture . . .

25 He would have given her diamonds if . . .

26 If you had asked his permission . . .

27 If the fire had been noticed earlier . . .

28 If you had any sense . . .

29 You would have been angry if . . .

30 If he had put the flowers into water at once . . .

31 I should have ordered more coal if . . .

32 If you leave the gate open . . .

33 You will have to go to the dentistif. . .

34 He would have been drowned if . . .

35 If I'd had a car . . .

36 If Tom rings while I'm out . . .


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