Subjunctive Mood and Good Mood

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  • Topic: Subjunctive mood, Conditional mood, Viggo Mortensen
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NAME:__________________________DATE:___________LEVEL:______

Complete the sentences with Conditional Sentences.

1. If I had more time, I (come)________________ to your party yesterday.

2. Give the book to Jane if you (read)______________ it.

3. If you hadn't lost our flight tickets, we (be) _____________ on our way to the Caribbean now.

4. If you (have)____________ dinner right now, I'll come back later.

5. If we (set)_______ off earlier, we wouldn't be in this traffic jam now.

6. What would you do if you (accuse) ____________ of murder?

7. If I hadn't eaten that much, I (feel / not)__________ so sick now.

8. We would take another route if they (close / not)______________ the road.

9. She only (sing)_____________ if she's in a good mood.

10. If she were sensible, she (ask)________ that question, by which she offended him so much.

NAME:____________________________DATE:_________LEVEL:______

Complete the sentences with Conditional Sentences.

1. If I had more time, I (come)________________ to your party yesterday.

2. Give the book to Jane if you (read)______________ it.

3. If you hadn't lost our flight tickets, we (be) _____________ on our way to the Caribbean now.

4. If you (have)____________ dinner right now, I'll come back later.

5. If we (set)_______ off earlier, we wouldn't be in this traffic jam now.

6. What would you do if you (accuse) ____________ of murder?

7. If I hadn't eaten that much, I (feel / not)__________ so sick now.

8. We would take another route if they (close / not)______________ the road.

9. She only (sing)_____________ if she's in a good mood.

10. If she were sensible, she (ask)________ that question, by which she offended him so much.
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