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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4485: Conditional jokes
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    Conditional jokes


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    1. If we get engaged to be married, will you give me a ring ?

    2. If you found some money, would you keep it ?

    3. Fish 1 : How did we end up in this fish shop ? Fish 2 : Well,

    4. If the baby wakes up during the night, who gets up ?

    5. If you dial 215486598523541567850025680015474, what will you get ?

    6. Darling, if the boat sank, who would you save first, me or the children ?

    7. If you fall out of that tree and break your legs,

    8. What would you do if you were in my shoes ?

    9. Two birds were sitting on a branch of a tree watching a jet plane pass high overhead. 'Look at that speed of that bird ! ' said the youngest bird. And the older bird replied : '









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