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Choose the correct option. If you __________ the letter today, I´ll receive it soon End
Choose the correct option. If they _____________ hard, they´ll pass the exam End
Choose the correct option. She´ll arrive home early, if she _________ the one o´clock train End
Choose the correct option. We´d win the lottery if we _______________ it End
Choose the correct option. If we _____________ the lottery, we can´t win any prize End
Choose the correct option. _______ voluntary service in Africa if I finish my school year with good grades End
Choose the correct option. That athlete would win the race if he _________ harder every year End
Choose the correct option. The doctor says that if you _________ every day you´ll feel better End
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