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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #76301: 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. If I (go) to America this summer, I would have a lot of fun.

    2. Travelling would be more fun if you (not/travel) on your own.

    3. Going by plane would be nicer if it (not/be) so expensive.

    4. I would take the train if it (not/be) late all the time.

    5. If I (have) enough money I would fly today and never come back.

    6. Los Angeles would be a nice place to go if I (speak) better English.

    7. If our teacher (come) with us, it would be easier.

    8. But we would have no fun at all, if he really (join) us on the trip.

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