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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35110: Conditional
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    1. I (come) if I lived nearer, but unfortunately I live far away.

    2. If you were alone in the house and you heard a noise what (do)?

    3. If I had finished the book I (send) it to you already.

    4. If you ate more slowly you (digest) the food much better.

    5. I (not/eat) any meat if I were you. Meat is not good for you.

    6. If you had heated the ice it (turn) into water.

    7. He (hit) you back if you strike him. What do you expect?

    8. We (ask) them to dinner more often if they were more amusing.

    9. If your dog had bitten me I (go) to the police.

    10. If you had arrived late, they (not/let) you in.

    11. If the mountaineer slipped he (fall) more than a hundred feet.

    12. You (get) into trouble if you don't stop that nonsense.

    13. If you had left that wasp alone it (not/sting) you, little boy.

    14. If you had removed that screw the whole machine (fall) apart.

    15. If I won a big prize in the lottery I (give up) my job.

    16. If I win a big prize in the lottery I (give up) my job.

    17. If you drive your car into the river, (you/be able) to get out?

    18. If you drove your car into the river,(you/be able) to get out?

    19. If you had driven your car into the river, (you/be able) to get out?

    20. Even if I was dying of thirst I (not/drink) that water.

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