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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110438: In case
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Adverbs [Change theme]
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    In case


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    1. She should cook some chicken for her children in case they (be) hungry when they come home.

    2. He writes his password into the notebook in case he (forget) it.

    3. I will buy some milk for my baby in case this bottle (be/not) enough.

    4. Don't light fire in the jungle in case the trees (catch) on fire.

    5. You should repair the roof immediately in case the snow (start) falling soon.

    6. Today I stay at home in case my daughter ( call) me.

    7. Take your cell phone with yourself in case I (call) you.

    8. I asked my friend her address in case I (wish) to go to her place.

    9. I took a bottle of water when I went walking in case I (be) thirsty.

    10. We must buy some food now in case we (not/ find) any restaurant on our way home.









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