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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Mixed conditional tenses 3

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topic: CONDITIONAL TENSES 3 | level: Intermediate

Please choose the correct, most natural-sounding response to complete each of the following sentences:

1. If you come tonight, I ________ really happy. (to be)
  will be
  would be

2. I ________ that if I were you. (to try)
  don't try
  wouldn't try
  will not

3. His mother ________ to him if she had known that he had a problem. (to talk)
  would talk
  would have talked

4. If I were you, I ________ that job. (to quit)
  would quit
  will quit
  will have quit

5. If she calls me, I ________. (to answer)
  would not answer
  don't answer
  will not answer

6. If I had known this test would be so difficult, I ________ harder. (to study)
  will study
  would have studied
  would study

7. I ________ to work if I hadn't been so sick. (to go)
  would have gone
  would go

8. If I wake up before 8:00 AM, I ________ you breakfast. (to make)
  would make
  will make

9. If he knew, he ________ you. (to tell)
  would tell
  will tell

10. If I had gone there, I ________ her.(to see)
  will see
  would see
  would have seen

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