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    Third Conditional

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    1. Without the fireman's valour , the occupants (not- be saved) from a horrid fate.

    2. If your father had not had the bravery, he (not- deserve) the highest commendation.

    3. If the team (not-dispute), it would not have won the match.

    4. If he had not spoken in a jest in some quarters, they (lean) on him undoubtedly.

    5. If she (search) well, she would have found her metal statue in the ruins.

    6. If her daughter had not been a lunatic, she (not-go) into the monster's cave.

    7. If they had had an uneventful trip, they (not-gain) a variety of bewildering experience.

    8. If he had had a fertile mind, he (never- complain) about uneventful life.

    9. If my mother had been cautious enough, she (not- cut) her finger severely.

    10. If he (not-deceive) his friends, they would not have abandoned him.

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