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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110095: Hypothetical sentences
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    Hypothetical sentences


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    1. If I lose my best friend, I (not/ look) for a new one.

    2. If my friend had not invited me, I (not to go) to his party.

    3. If my mother comes to my house tonight, I (cook) some chicken with rice for her.

    4. If you had time, we (go) to the pool in the evening.

    5. She (believe) you if you had not told her a lie.

    6. If he (not/spend) so much time on his tablet, his father would not have taken it.

    7. If she had not been able to get the job, she (not/buy) a car.

    8. I would not have been able to pass all these tests if they (be) more difficult.

    9. He (pass) his exam if he had studied harder.

    10. If I had had a lot of money, I (buy) a big house.









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