Conditional Sentences and Wishes

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Conditional Sentences and Wishes

Conditional sentences

 

 

Exercise:

  1. I usually send my parents an email every week. That is a true fact. In other words:
    1. If I (have) ………. enough time, I (send) …………… my parents an email every week.

  2. I may have enough time to send my parents an email later tonight. I want to send them an email tonight. Both of those things are true. In other words:
    1. If I (have)…………. enough time, I (send) …………. my parents an email later tonight.

  3. I don’t have enough time right now, so I won’t send my parents an email. I’ll try to do it later. I want to email them, but the truth is that I just don’t have enough time right now. In other words:
    1. If I (have) …………. enough time right now, I (send) …………. my parents an email.

  4. I won’t have enough time tonight, so I won’t send my parents an email. I’ll try to do it tomorrow. I want to email them, but the truth is that I just won’t have enough time. In other words:
    1. If I (have) …………. enough time later tonight, I (send) …………. my parents an email.

  5. I wanted to send my parents an email last night, but I didn’t have enough time. In other words:
    1. If I (have) …………. enough time, I (send) …………. my parents an email last night.

 


 

The answers:

  1. have … send
  2. have … will send
  3. had … would send
  4. had … would send
  5. had had … would have sent