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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12267: Verbs
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    Complete with the right verb.

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    1. If we really (want)to conserve wildlife, we'd do a lot of things differently!

    2. If you (be)the boss,you'd probably be satisfied too.

    3. You could become a very good musician if you (practise)more often.

    4. If you (pay)more attention to what the professor said,you would have understood his lecture.

    5. If my neighbours (go on) making so much noise late at night, I'll have to call the police.

    6. If I (be) you, I'd look for another job.

    7. If I (know) he was ill, I wouldn't have asked him to help me.

    8. Unless people (stop)hunting tigers immediately,they'll disappear from the planet

    9. If Peter (be)more careful,he wouldn't have fallen into the river.

    10. What would you say if you (be asked) to become a minister?

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