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Conditional sentences: mixed types 1.Ive hung out the clothes. Its lovely and sunny; if it stay like this they be dry in a couple of hours. 2.French is.

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1 conditional sentences: mixed types 1.Ive hung out the clothes. Its lovely and sunny; if it stay like this they be dry in a couple of hours. 2.French is essential in this job. All the secretaries speak it. If they not know French they not understand half the callers. 3.How did you do in the car rally? - We came in last actually; but only because we got lost. If we not get lost we come in somewhere in the middle. We certainly not be last. 4.I wasnt really surprised that we got lost because I knew that the navigator couldnt map read. - But if you know why you take him as navigator? 5.This flat would be all right if the people above us not be so noisy.

2 conditional sentences: mixed types 1.Ive hung out the clothes. Its lovely and sunny; if it stays like this they will be dry in a couple of hours. 2.French is essential in this job. All the secretaries speak it. If they didnt know French they wouldnt understand half the callers. 3.How did you do in the car rally? - We came in last actually; but only because we got lost. If we hadnt got lost we would have come in somewhere in the middle. We certainly wouldnt have been last. 4.I wasnt really surprised that we got lost because I knew that the navigator couldnt map read. - But if you had known why did you take him as navigator? 5.This flat would be all right if the people above us werent so noisy.

3 conditional sentences: mixed types 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.She is simply terrified of rats. If she hears the rats running round your attic …!

4 conditional sentences: mixed types 1.If you had a carpet on the stairs you wouldnt make noise walking up and down. 2.If you should see a snake call the ranger immediately! 3.If I lived in the country Id be a lot less stressed. 4.If you want to get to the station in time to catch the 8.10 train youll have to leave home by 7.30 at the latest. 5.She is simply terrified of rats. If she hears the rats running round your attic shell scream!

5 conditional sentences: mixed types 1.When he left school he became a fisherman. His family didnt like it at all. They be much happier if he become a greengrocer like his father. 2.They still say that if he go into the greengrocery business when he left school he be comfortably well off now instead of being poor. 3.The headmaster decided that Peter was the culprit and expelled him from the school. A more intelligent man realize that Peter couldnt have been guilty. 4.But I blame the real culprit even more. If he admit his guilt Peter not be expelled. 5.Be careful about the time. If you spend too much time on the first question you not have enough time to finish the test.

6 conditional sentences: mixed types 1.When he left school he became a fisherman. His family didnt like it at all. They would have been much happier if he had become a greengrocer like his father. 2.They still say that if he had gone into the greengrocery business when he left school he would be comfortably well off now instead of being poor. 3.The headmaster decided that Peter was the culprit and expelled him from the school. A more intelligent man would have realized that Peter couldnt have been guilty. 4.But I blame the real culprit even more. If he had admitted his guilt Peter wouldnt have been expelled. 5.Be careful about the time. If you spend too much time on the first question you wont have enough time to finish the test.

7 conditional sentences: mixed types 1.They would have paid you more … 2.If you dont boil the milk before you drink it … 3.He expected absolute punctuality. He was furious if … 4.We could have got seats … 5.If you breathe a word of this to anybody …

8 conditional sentences: mixed types 1.They would have paid you more if you had done the job with more care. 2.If you dont boil the milk before you drink it you might get sick. 3.He expected absolute punctuality. He was furious if anyone arrived late. 4.We could have got seats if you had booked earlier. 5.If you breathe a word of this to anybody Ill never speak to you again!


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