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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #78358: Would/Should/Could
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Conditional and hypothesis [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Conditional - Conditional clauses - Hypothetical sentences: tenses - Third conditional - Conditional Sentences - Will and Would: a little further - Future and Conditional - How to make wishes...
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    Would/Should/Could


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    1. you change your mind, please let us know.

    2. He ordered that the luggage be left behind.

    3. Everybody was running as fast as they .

    4. We decided not to stop in town lest we come late to the party.

    5. Mark suggested we all go to the pictures.

    6. Don't touch it for fear it hurt you.

    7. The doctor said my friend resume physical training as soon as his blood pressure had dropped.

    8. You have revised your grammar before coming. Now, it's too late.

    9. Take your mackintosh in case it start raining.

    10. If she hadn't been so stubborn, they have come to an agreement.

    11. No one possibly have known the secret.

    12. Had I known you were so busy, I have bothered you.

    13. I wish he smoke so much.

    14. you mind coming earlier? the meeting starts at eleven o'clock.

    15. you like some more tea, Helen ?









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