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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121946: If clauses
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Conditional and hypothesis [Change theme]
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    If clauses

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    1. Joanna and our group would have been the best if we (not to procrastinate).

    2. If your sister's friend (to be) there earlier, I wouldn't have injured my leg.

    3. Hannah would learn more about her ancestors if she (to read) that book.

    4. I (forgive) my boyfriend if he had apologised to me.

    5. If you know how to love yourself, you (not to feel) depressed.

    6. Granny always says that if you keep thinking with positivity, you (to achieve) most of your desires.

    7. " If you (to take) this pan, you will have the three-plate pack for free ", the salesman said.

    8. If we learn foreign languages early in our life, we (can) to communicate with people all around the world.

    9. If they listen to Steven, they (to see) that they are wrong.

    10. Didn't I tell you that if you (to go) to the forest, you would meet some harmful creatures ?

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