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How many types of conditional sentences are there in the English language?
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How many types of conditional sentences are there in the English language?
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Which type of the conditional sentences is used in this sentence: If I find your key, I will tell you.
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Which type of the conditional sentences is used in this sentence: If I find your key, I will tell you.
Type I.
Which type of the conditional sentences is used in this sentence: My parents would have bought the house if it had been cheaper.
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Which type of the conditional sentences is used in this sentence: My parents would have bought the house if it had been cheaper.
Type III.
Which type of the conditional sentences expresses condition in theory possible to fulfill?
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Which type of the conditional sentences expresses condition in theory possible to fulfill?
Type II.
Which type of the conditional sentences expresses condition not possible to fulfil (too late)?
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Which type of the conditional sentences expresses condition not possible to fulfil (too late)?
Type III.
If I (go) to the cinema tomorrow, I will watch an interesting film.
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If I (go) to the cinema tomorrow, I will watch an interesting film.
go
If it was not so late, I (go) shopping.
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If it was not so late, I (go) shopping.
would go
If you drove from Paris to Lisbon, which way (you go)?
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If you drove from Paris to Lisbon, which way (you go)?
would you go?
If he (see) the film, he would not have bought the DVD.
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If he (see) the film, he would not have bought the DVD.
had seen
If yesterday Lisa (get up) earlier, she (not be) late for work.
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If yesterday Lisa (get up) earlier, she (not be) late for work.
had got up, would not have been late
If my friends come to my party, I (be) very happy.
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If my friends come to my party, I (be) very happy.
will be
If he learned the new words, he (can) get a good mark in the test.
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If he learned the new words, he (can) get a good mark in the test.
could
Will I sleep better if I (take) the pill?
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Will I sleep better if I (take) the pill?
take
If you had done your homework, you (write) a better test.
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If you had done your homework, you (write) a better test.
would have written
If they (drive) carefully, they (not crash) into the other car.
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If they (drive) carefully, they (not crash) into the other car.
had driven, would not have crashed
If we travel to London next year, we (visit) many interesting museums.
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If we travel to London next year, we (visit) many interesting museums.
will visit
I (go) to the party if you came with me.
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I (go) to the party if you came with me.
would go
(I pass) the test if I studied hard?
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(I pass) the test if I studied hard?
Would I pass?
Daniel would have been home on time if the bus (come).
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Daniel would have been home on time if the bus (come).
had come
If I (be) you, I (not play) hockey for their team last weekend.
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If I (be) you, I (not play) hockey for their team last weekend.
had been, would not have played
If you freeze water, it (become) ice.
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If you freeze water, it (become) ice.
becomes
My uncle would stay longer in NY if he (have) more time.
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My uncle would stay longer in NY if he (have) more time.
had
(You fly) to Canberra if the weather is good?
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(You fly) to Canberra if the weather is good?
Will you fly?
If the sun had shone, we (go) to the beach.
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If the sun had shone, we (go) to the beach.
would have gone
If Steven (take) his camera when he went to the USA last year, he (take) many nice pictures.
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If Steven (take) his camera when he went to the USA last year, he (take) many nice pictures.
had taken, would have taken
If Shari (not meet) Jeff, she (not be) living in Australia.
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If Shari (not meet) Jeff, she (not be) living in Australia.
hadn't met, wouldn't be living




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