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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110222: Conditional
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    Conditional


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    1. If you let me know your address, I (send) you some beautiful crocus flowers.

    2. If I (know) your address, I would send you some beautiful crocus flowers.

    3. If I had known your address, I (send) you some beautiful crocus flowers.

    4. If our car (not to work), we won't be able to go for a picnic tomorrow.

    5. If you (practise) hard, you might learn how to ride a horse.

    6. If my sister (go) to work, I must look after her baby.

    7. If I (find) this site earlier, I would be better at English now.

    8. If we (know) and learnt about this city, we wouldn't have been lost.

    9. If you weren't afraid of scorpions, you (kill) it and throw it out.

    10. If I (not/meet) you, I would not have been in love with you.









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