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Exercise "Conditional", created by elisa57 (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 5 643 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 53 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): tahnna / FRANCE, on Tuesday 15 November - 14:28:
They got a perfect mark
Stats (3593 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 74.1 %
I * (come) if I lived nearer, but unfortunately I live far away.
Question 2 passed: 55.6 %
If you were alone in the house and you heard a noise what *(do)?
Question 3 passed: 54.7 %
If I had finished the book I * (send) it to you already.
Question 4 passed: 60.1 %
If you eat more slowly you *(digest) the food much better.
Question 5 passed: 64.4 %
I *(not/eat) any meat if I were you. Meat is not good for you.
Question 6 passed: 51.2 %
If you had heated the ice it *(turn) into water.
Question 7 passed: 60.9 %
He *(hit) you back if you strike him. What do you expect?
Question 8 passed: 64.7 %
We *(ask) them to dinner more often if they were more amusing.
Question 9 passed: 54.8 %
If your dog had bitten me I *(go) to the police.
Question 10 passed: 46 %
If you had arrived late, they *(not/let) you in.
Question 11 passed: 59.8 %
If the mountaineer slipped he *(fall) more than a hundred feet.
Question 12 passed: 60.6 %
You *(get) into trouble if you don't stop that nonsense.
Question 13 passed: 28.9 %
If you had left that wasp alone it * (not/sting) you, little boy.
Question 14 passed: 39.2 %
If you had removed that screw the whole machine * (fall) apart.
Question 15 passed: 60.8 %
If I won a big prize in the lottery I *(give up) my job.
Question 16 passed: 58.8 %
If I win a big prize in the lottery I * (give up) my job.
Question 17 passed: 42.3 %
If you drive your car into the river, *(you/be able) to get out?
Question 18 passed: 42.4 %
If you drove your car into the river,*(you/be able) to get out?
Question 19 passed: 25 %
If you had driven your car into the river, *(you/be able) to get out?
Question 20 passed: 32.6 %
Even if I was dying of thirst I * (not/drink) that water.
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