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CONDITIONALS

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    All types of conditionals + I wish / if only
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  • They didn't stop, so they had an accident. (3rd)
    If they had stopped, they wouldn't have had an accident.
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  • I felt sick because I ate too much. (I wish)
    I wish I hadn't eaten so much.
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  • She wasn't on time for the interview because she left the house late. (3rd)
    If she hadn't left the house late, she would have been on time for the interview.
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  • If she ... (go) to university, she ... (study) French. [3rd]
    If she had gone to university, she would have studied French.
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  • If he ... (not/take) the job, he ... (go) travelling. [3rd]
    If he hadn't taken the job, he would have gone travelling.
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  • If I ... (have) enough money, I ... (buy) a big house. [2nd]
    If I had enough money, I would buy a big house.
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  • She ... (call) him if she ... (have) his number. [2nd]
    She would call him if she had his number.
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  • I'd really like you to pay more attention. [I wish]
    I wish you would pay more attention.
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  • I regret having bought this car. [I wish]
    I wish I hadn't bought this car.
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  • If I ... (be) you, I ... (get) a new job. [2nd]
    If I were you, I would get a new job.
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  • He didn't help her. He feels so sorry now! [If only]
    If only he had helped her.
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  • Why didn't I check the petrol before leaving? [I wish]
    I wish I had checked the petrol before leaving.
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  • If I ... (know) you were sleeping, I ... (not wake) you. [3rd]
    If I had known you were sleeping, I wouldn't have woken you.
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  • I ... (give) you the money if you ... (pay) me back next week. [1st]
    I will give you the money if you pay me back next week.
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  • If he ... (grow) his own vegetables, he ... (not have) to buy them. [2nd]
    If he grew his own vegetables, he wouldn't have to buy them.
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  • I'm sorry, but I can't come to the zoo with you next weekend. [I wish]
    I wish I could come to the zoo with you next weekend.
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  • If you ... (wait) a minute, I ... (come) with you. [1st]
    If you wait a minute, I will come with you.
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  • If the weather ... (not / be) fine tomorrow we ... (not / go) to the beach.
    If the weather isn't fine tomorrow we won't to the beach.
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  • What a pity you live so far away! [If only]
    If only you didn't live so far away.
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  • "I don't know what to do!" - he says. [He wishes]
    He wishes he knew what to do.
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