Conditional Sentences Practice Quiz! Exam

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    If you (go) out with your friends tonight, I (watch) the football match on TV.

    • A.

      Went, will watch

    • B.

      Go, will watch

    • C.

      Go, would watch

    • D.

      Went, would have watched

    Correct Answer
    B. Go, will watch
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "go, will watch." This is because the sentence is in the present tense and the verb "go" should also be in the present tense. Additionally, the verb "watch" should be in the future tense to indicate a future action.

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  • 2. 

    I (earn) a lot of money if I (get) that job.

    • A.

      Would have earned, got

    • B.

      Would earn, get

    • C.

      Will earn, get

    • D.

      Will earn, have gotten

    Correct Answer
    C. Will earn, get
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will earn, get". In this sentence, the speaker is talking about a future possibility. They are expressing their belief that if they get the job, they will earn a lot of money. The verb "will earn" is used to indicate a future action, while "get" is the correct verb to use in this context to refer to obtaining the job.

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  • 3. 

    If she (hurry / not), we (miss) the bus.

    • A.

      Does not hurry, will miss

    • B.

      Did not hurry, will miss

    • C.

      Has not hurry, would miss

    • D.

      Does not hurry, would have missed

    Correct Answer
    A. Does not hurry, will miss
    Explanation
    If she does not hurry, it implies that she is currently not hurrying. The phrase "will miss" indicates a future consequence. Therefore, the correct answer is "If she does not hurry, she will miss the bus." This suggests that if she does not hurry, she will miss the opportunity to catch the bus in the future.

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  • 4. 

    If he (try) harder, he (reach) his goals.

    • A.

      Try, would reach

    • B.

      Tried, would reach

    • C.

      Tried, would have reached

    • D.

      Try, would have reached

    Correct Answer
    B. Tried, would reach
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "tried, would reach." This is because the sentence is talking about a hypothetical situation in the past. The verb "tried" is in the past tense to indicate that the person made an effort in the past. The verb "would reach" is used to express a hypothetical outcome or result that would have happened if the person had tried harder.

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  • 5. 

    I am not happy because she doesn’t love me. But, ….

    • A.

      I will be very happy if she loves me.

    • B.

      I will be happy if she loved me.

    • C.

      I would be very happy if she loved me.

    • D.

      I would have been very happy if she loved me.

    Correct Answer
    C. I would be very happy if she loved me.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I would be very happy if she loved me." This answer is in the conditional form, expressing a hypothetical situation. It suggests that the speaker's happiness is dependent on the condition of the person loving them.

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  • 6. 

    I (buy) these shoes if they (fit) 

    • A.

      Would buy, fitted

    • B.

      Would bought, fit

    • C.

      Will buy, fitted

    • D.

      Would have bought, fit

    Correct Answer
    D. Would have bought, fit
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "would have bought, fit". The sentence is in the past conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. "Would have bought" is the correct past conditional form of "buy". "Fit" is the correct simple past form of "fit".

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  • 7. 

    It (surprise / not) me if he (know / not) the answer.

    • A.

      Will not surprise, did not know

    • B.

      Would have not surprise, do not know

    • C.

      Would not surprise, did not know

    • D.

      Will not surprise, had not know

    Correct Answer
    C. Would not surprise, did not know
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "would not surprise, did not know". This is because the sentence is in the conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation. The phrase "it would not surprise me" suggests that the speaker is expecting the person to not know the answer. Therefore, the correct verb form to use is "did not know".

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  • 8. 

    She (come) to our party if she (be / not) on holiday.

    • A.

      Will come, had not been

    • B.

      Would come, have not been

    • C.

      Would have come, was not

    • D.

      Would have come, had not been

    Correct Answer
    D. Would have come, had not been
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "would have come, had not been". This is because the sentence is in the past unreal conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. "Would have come" is the correct form of the verb "come" in this conditional structure. "Had not been" is used to express the negative form of the past perfect tense, indicating that she was not on holiday.

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  • 9. 

    If we (listen) to the radio, we (hear) the news.

    • A.

      Listen, would heard

    • B.

      Had listened, would have heard

    • C.

      Listened, will hear

    • D.

      Listen, woould have heard

    Correct Answer
    B. Had listened, would have heard
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had listened, would have heard." This is because the sentence is in the past conditional tense, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. The use of "had listened" suggests that the action of listening to the radio occurred before the hypothetical situation mentioned. The phrase "would have heard" indicates the expected outcome if the hypothetical situation had occurred.

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  • 10. 

    If we'd seen you, we______

    • A.

      Would have stopped

    • B.

      Would stopped

    • C.

      Will stop

    • D.

      Would stop

    Correct Answer
    A. Would have stopped
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "would have stopped". This is because the sentence is in the conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. The correct structure for this type of conditional is "if + past perfect, would + have + past participle". Therefore, "would have stopped" is the appropriate choice to complete the sentence.

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  • 11. 

    If I ____ stronger, I'd help you carry the piano.

    • A.

      Was

    • B.

      Were

    • C.

      Be

    • D.

      Am

    Correct Answer
    B. Were
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "were" because in this sentence, we are using the subjunctive mood to express a hypothetical or unreal condition. The verb "were" is the correct form of the verb "to be" to use in the second conditional structure.

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  • 12. 

    If we ____him tomorrow, we'll say hello

    • A.

      Have met

    • B.

      Meet

    • C.

      Met

    • D.

      Had met

    Correct Answer
    B. Meet
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "meet" because the sentence is in the present tense and the word "tomorrow" indicates a future event. Therefore, the correct verb form to use is "meet" to indicate that the action will happen in the future.

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  • 13. 

    He would have repaired the car himself if he ____ the tools.

    • A.

      Had had

    • B.

      Have had

    • C.

      Have

    • D.

      Has

    Correct Answer
    A. Had had
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had had". This is because the sentence is in the past unreal conditional form, indicating that the person did not actually have the tools. The phrase "had had" is the past perfect form, indicating a past action that happened before another past action. In this case, it implies that the person did not have the tools in the past, which is why they were unable to repair the car themselves.

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  • 14. 

    If you drop the vase, it _________

    • A.

      Will broke

    • B.

      Would have broken

    • C.

      Will break

    • D.

      Will broken

    Correct Answer
    C. Will break
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will break" because it is the correct future tense form of the verb "break" to match the subject "vase" in the sentence.

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  • 15. 

    If I hadn't studied, I ____________ the exam.

    • A.

      Would not have passed

    • B.

      Will not pass

    • C.

      Would not passed

    • D.

      Would pass

    Correct Answer
    A. Would not have passed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "would not have passed" because it is the correct form of the conditional sentence in the past unreal condition. It indicates that if the person had not studied, they would not have been successful in the exam.

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  • 16. 

    I wouldn't go to school by bus if I ______ a driving licence.

    • A.

      Have had

    • B.

      Had had

    • C.

      Have

    • D.

      Had

    Correct Answer
    D. Had
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had". This is because the sentence is in the conditional form, expressing a hypothetical situation. The use of "if" indicates that the person does not currently have a driving license, and the verb "had" in this context implies that if they had a driving license, they would not go to school by bus.

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  • 17. 

    If she _________ him every day, she'd be lovesick.

    • A.

      Had not seen

    • B.

      Don't see

    • C.

      Didn't see

    • D.

      Has not seen

    Correct Answer
    C. Didn't see
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "didn't see" because the sentence is in the past tense and is expressing a hypothetical situation. The phrase "If she _________ him every day" suggests that she does not see him every day. Therefore, the correct verb form to use is "didn't see," indicating that she did not see him in the past.

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  • 18. 

    I_____ to London if I don't get a cheap flight.

    • A.

      Would travel

    • B.

      Would not have travelled

    • C.

      Wouldn't travel

    • D.

      Won't travel

    Correct Answer
    D. Won't travel
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "won't travel" because it indicates a future condition that is unlikely to happen. The speaker expresses that if they don't find a cheap flight, they will not travel to London. The use of "won't" suggests a decision or intention not to travel, based on the condition of not finding a cheap flight.

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  • 19. 

    We'd be stupid if we _____________ him about our secret.

    • A.

      Told

    • B.

      Tell

    • C.

      Have told

    • D.

      Would told

    Correct Answer
    A. Told
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "told". In this sentence, the verb "told" is the correct form to use after the conditional "if" clause. The phrase "we'd be stupid" suggests a hypothetical situation, and in this case, the correct verb form to follow is "told".

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  • 20. 

    If you (switch) on the lights, you (fall / not) over the chair.

    • A.

      Switch, would not fall

    • B.

      Had switched, would not have fallen

    • C.

      Had switch, will not fallen

    • D.

      Switched, would not fall

    Correct Answer
    B. Had switched, would not have fallen
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had switched, would not have fallen." This is because the sentence is a conditional type 3 sentence, which indicates a hypothetical situation in the past. The use of "had switched" in the if-clause indicates the past perfect tense, and "would not have fallen" in the main clause indicates the conditional perfect tense. This combination accurately represents the hypothetical situation where if the lights had been switched on in the past, the person would not have fallen over the chair.

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  • 21. 

    If she (take) the bus, she (not / arrive) on time.

    • A.

      Had taken, will not arrive

    • B.

      Had taken, would not have arrived

    • C.

      Takes, would not have arrived

    • D.

      Taken, will not arrive

    Correct Answer
    B. Had taken, would not have arrived
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had taken, would not have arrived." This is because the sentence is in the past unreal conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. The verb "had taken" is the past perfect tense, indicating that the action of taking the bus occurred before the hypothetical situation. The verb "would not have arrived" is the past unreal conditional form, indicating that if she had taken the bus, she would not have arrived on time.

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  • 22. 

    If I (feel) better, I (go) to the cinema with you.

    • A.

      Feel, would have gone

    • B.

      Have felt, would go

    • C.

      Felt, will go

    • D.

      Felt, would go

    Correct Answer
    D. Felt, would go
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "felt, would go". In the conditional sentence structure "If I (feel) better, I (go) to the cinema with you," the verb "feel" should be in the past tense "felt" to indicate a hypothetical or unreal condition. The verb "go" should be in the conditional form "would go" to show the result or consequence of the hypothetical condition being fulfilled.

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  • 23. 

    Simon (go) to London next week if he (get) a cheap flight.

    • A.

      Would go, gets

    • B.

      Would have gone, got

    • C.

      Will go, gets

    • D.

      Will go, had got

    Correct Answer
    C. Will go, gets
    Explanation
    This sentence is in the future conditional tense, indicating a hypothetical situation. The correct answer is "will go, gets" because it correctly uses the future tense "will go" to show Simon's future action of going to London. It also uses the present tense "gets" to indicate that the action of getting a cheap flight is a present condition that would determine Simon's future action.

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  • 24. 

    If you (ask) me, I (help) you.

    • A.

      Had asked, would have helped

    • B.

      Asked, will help

    • C.

      Ask, would help

    • D.

      Asked, would have helped

    Correct Answer
    A. Had asked, would have helped
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had asked, would have helped." This answer is in the past unreal conditional form. It suggests that if the person had asked for help in the past, the speaker would have helped them. The use of "had asked" indicates that the asking occurred before the helping, and "would have helped" shows the hypothetical outcome of the situation.

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  • 25. 

    She (spend) a year in the USA if it (be) easier to get a green card.

    • A.

      Would have spent, be

    • B.

      Will spend, were

    • C.

      Would spend, were

    • D.

      Will spend, be

    Correct Answer
    C. Would spend, were
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "would spend, were." This is because the sentence is expressing a hypothetical situation in the past. The use of "would spend" suggests that she would have spent a year in the USA if the condition of it being easier to get a green card was met. "Were" is used to indicate the subjunctive mood, which is used to express hypothetical or unreal situations.

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  • 26. 

    If I (do) this test, I (improve) my English.

    • A.

      Had done, will improve

    • B.

      Do, would improve

    • C.

      Done, would have improved

    • D.

      Do, will improve

    Correct Answer
    D. Do, will improve
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "do, will improve." In this sentence, the first part is in the present tense ("If I do this test"), indicating a hypothetical situation in the future. The second part of the sentence uses the simple future tense ("I will improve my English"), indicating the result or consequence of the hypothetical situation.

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  • 27. 

    If you (go) by bike more often, you (be / not) so flabby.

    • A.

      Go, would not be

    • B.

      Went, would not be

    • C.

      Had gone, will not be

    • D.

      Go, would not have been

    Correct Answer
    B. Went, would not be
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "went, would not be." This is because the sentence is a conditional statement in the second conditional form. The verb "went" is used to express an unreal or hypothetical situation in the past. The phrase "would not be" is used to show the result or consequence of the hypothetical situation. So, if the person went by bike more often in the past, they would not be flabby in the present.

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  • 28. 

    If you (speak) English, she (understand)

    • A.

      Spoke, would have understood

    • B.

      Spoke, will understand

    • C.

      Had spoken, would have understood

    • D.

      Speak, would understand

    Correct Answer
    C. Had spoken, would have understood
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had spoken, would have understood." This is the correct answer because it uses the past perfect tense ("had spoken") to indicate an action completed before another past action. The conditional "would have understood" is used to express a hypothetical result in the past.

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  • 29. 

    If I (live) on a lonely island, I (run) around naked all day.

    • A.

      Live, would run

    • B.

      Had lived, would run

    • C.

      Lived, would have run

    • D.

      Lived, would run

    Correct Answer
    D. Lived, would run
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "lived, would run." This is because the sentence is in the second conditional form, which is used to talk about hypothetical or unreal situations. In this case, the speaker is imagining living on a lonely island and what they would do in that situation. The verb "lived" is in the past tense because it refers to a hypothetical past action, and the verb "would run" is used to express the hypothetical action that would happen in that situation.

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  • 30. 

    Peggy (go) shopping if she (have) time in the afternoon.

    • A.

      Would go, has

    • B.

      Will go, has

    • C.

      Would have gone, has

    • D.

      Would go, had had

    Correct Answer
    B. Will go, has
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will go, has". This is because the sentence is talking about a future possibility (Peggy going shopping) and a present condition (if she has time in the afternoon). The use of "will go" indicates a future action, and "has" indicates a present possession or condition.

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  • 31. 

    If I (not / break) my leg, I (take part) in the contest.

    • A.

      Had not broken, would have taken part

    • B.

      Had not broken, would take part

    • C.

      Didn't break, would have taken part

    • D.

      Don't break, would take part

    Correct Answer
    A. Had not broken, would have taken part
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had not broken, would have taken part." This is because the sentence is in the past unreal condition, indicating a hypothetical situation. The verb "had not broken" is in the past perfect tense, indicating that the leg was not broken before the contest. The verb "would have taken part" is in the conditional perfect tense, indicating that the person would have participated in the contest if their leg had not been broken.

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  • 32. 

    She (not / talk) to you if she (be) mad at you.

    • A.

      Will not talk, were

    • B.

      Would not talk, were

    • C.

      Would not have talked, were

    • D.

      Would not talk, is

    Correct Answer
    B. Would not talk, were
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "would not talk, were". This is because the sentence is in the conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation. The use of "would" suggests a hypothetical action, and "were" is the correct past subjunctive form of the verb "to be" in the conditional clause. Therefore, if she were mad at you, she would not talk to you.

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  • 33. 

    If the police (come) earlier, they (arrest) the burglar.

    • A.

      Had come, would arrest

    • B.

      Come, would arrest

    • C.

      Had come, will arrest

    • D.

      Had come, would have arrested

    Correct Answer
    D. Had come, would have arrested
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had come, would have arrested". This is because the sentence is in the past unreal conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. The use of "had come" in the past perfect tense suggests that the police did not actually come earlier. The phrase "would have arrested" in the conditional perfect tense indicates the hypothetical action that would have taken place if the police had come earlier.

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  • 34. 

    If John (learn) more words, he (write) a good report.

    • A.

      Had learned, would written

    • B.

      Had learned, would have written

    • C.

      Learned, would have written

    • D.

      Learned, will write

    Correct Answer
    B. Had learned, would have written
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had learned, would have written". This is because the sentence is in the past unreal condition, indicating that John did not actually learn more words. Therefore, the past perfect tense "had learned" is used to show that the action of learning more words did not happen. The phrase "would have written" is used to express the hypothetical result of John learning more words, indicating that he would have been able to write a good report.

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  • 35. 

    If you (buy) fresh green vegetable, your salad (taste) better.

    • A.

      Had bought, would tasted

    • B.

      Had bought, would taste

    • C.

      Had bought, would have tasted

    • D.

      Had bought, would have taste

    Correct Answer
    C. Had bought, would have tasted
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had bought, would have tasted." This is because the sentence is in the past perfect tense, indicating that the action of buying the fresh green vegetable occurred before the action of tasting the salad. The use of "would have tasted" is the correct form of the conditional perfect tense, indicating the hypothetical result of buying the vegetables.

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  • 36. 

    If it (rain), I (have to / not) water the plants.

    • A.

      Had rain, would not have to

    • B.

      Had rain, will not have to

    • C.

      Rains, would not have to

    • D.

      Rains, will not have to

    Correct Answer
    C. Rains, would not have to
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "rains, would not have to". This is because the sentence is in the present tense and uses the conditional "if" clause. In this case, "rains" is the correct verb form to use in the present tense. The phrase "would not have to" indicates that if it rains, there is no obligation or necessity to water the plants.

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  • 37. 

    You (cross) the Channel if you (fly) from Paris to London.

    • A.

      Would cross, fly

    • B.

      Will cross, fly

    • C.

      Would cross, had flown

    • D.

      Will cross, flew

    Correct Answer
    B. Will cross, fly
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will cross, fly" because it is referring to a future action. When someone flies from Paris to London, they will cross the Channel. The use of "will" indicates a future event and "fly" is the correct verb to describe the action of traveling by air.

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  • 38. 

    If Claire (wear) this dress at the party, our guests (not/stay) any longer.

    • A.

      Wear, would not stayed

    • B.

      Wears, will not stayed

    • C.

      Wear, will not stayed

    • D.

      Wears, will not stay

    Correct Answer
    D. Wears, will not stay
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "wears, will not stay". This is because the sentence is in the present tense and the verb "wear" should be conjugated to match the subject "Claire". Additionally, the verb "stay" should be in the future tense to indicate a hypothetical situation.

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  • 39. 

    Susan (can / move / not) into the new house if it (be / not)  ready on time.

    • A.

      Cannot move, is not

    • B.

      Cannot move, were not

    • C.

      Could not move, is not

    • D.

      Could not move, had not

    Correct Answer
    A. Cannot move, is not
    Explanation
    Susan cannot move into the new house if it is not ready on time.

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  • 40. 

    They'd have been able to return the bottle if they (tear / not) the labels.

    • A.

      Didn't torn off

    • B.

      Don't tear off

    • C.

      Hadn't torn off

    • D.

      Didn't tear off

    Correct Answer
    C. Hadn't torn off
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "hadn't torn off." This is because the sentence is in the past perfect tense, indicating an action that happened before another action in the past. The use of "hadn't" indicates that they did not tear off the labels before the opportunity to return the bottle.

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  • 41. 

    I will visit your hometown _______

    • A.

      If I come to Indonesia

    • B.

      If I came to Indonesia

    • C.

      If I will come to Indonesia

    • D.

      If I would come to Indonesia

    Correct Answer
    A. If I come to Indonesia
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "If I come to Indonesia." This is because the phrase "If I come to Indonesia" is in the present tense and follows the correct grammar structure for a conditional statement. It implies that the speaker plans to visit the person's hometown if they come to Indonesia in the future.

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  • 42. 

    If I had had free time _______

    • A.

      I will watch the movie together with my friend

    • B.

      I would watch the movie together with my friend

    • C.

      I would have watched the movie together with my friends

    • D.

      I would have been watching the movie together with my friends

    Correct Answer
    C. I would have watched the movie together with my friends
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I would have watched the movie together with my friends." This answer is in the past conditional tense, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. It suggests that if the person had free time in the past, they would have chosen to watch the movie with their friends.

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  • 43. 

    If I were you _____

    • A.

      I will buy that limited edition camera.

    • B.

      I would buy that limited edition camera.

    • C.

      I would have bought that limited edition camera.

    • D.

      I would have been buying that limited edition camera.

    Correct Answer
    B. I would buy that limited edition camera.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I would buy that limited edition camera." This is because the sentence is in the second conditional form, which is used to talk about hypothetical or unreal situations. In this case, the speaker is imagining themselves in the other person's position and stating what they would do if they were in that situation.

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  • 44. 

    What is the fact of the previous sentence? : (If I had had free time.....)

    • A.

      I didn’t have free time. Therefore, I didn’t watch the movie together with my friend.

    • B.

      I don’t have free time. Therefore. I don’t watch the movie together with my friend.

    • C.

      I was not having free time. Therefore, I was not watching the movie together with my friend.

    • D.

      I am not having free time. Therefore. I am not watching the movie together with my friend.

    Correct Answer
    A. I didn’t have free time. Therefore, I didn’t watch the movie together with my friend.
    Explanation
    The fact of the previous sentence is that the person didn't have free time, which is why they didn't watch the movie with their friend.

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  • 45. 

    What is the fact of the previous question? (question no.44: If I were you,......)

    • A.

      I am not you

    • B.

      I was not you

    • C.

      I were not you

    • D.

      I have not been you

    Correct Answer
    A. I am not you
    Explanation
    The fact of the previous question is that the speaker is not the person they are referring to as "you". This implies that the speaker and the person they are addressing are different individuals.

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  • 46. 

    My father would buy me a new motorcycle ______

    • A.

      If I am passing the state university entrance test.

    • B.

      If I have passed the state university entrance test.

    • C.

      If I pass the state university entrance test.

    • D.

      If I passed the state university entrance test.

    Correct Answer
    D. If I passed the state university entrance test.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "If I passed the state university entrance test." This is because the sentence is in the conditional form, suggesting a hypothetical situation. The verb "passed" is in the past tense, indicating that the action of passing the entrance test has already happened. Therefore, it implies that the father would buy the new motorcycle only if the speaker has already passed the test in the past.

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  • 47. 

    What is the fact of the previous sentence? (question no.46: My father would buy me a new motorcycle ......)

    • A.

      I wasn’t passing the state university entrance test.

    • B.

      I don’t pass the state university entrance test.

    • C.

      I didn’t pass the state university entrance test.

    • D.

      I am not passing the state university entrance test.

    Correct Answer
    B. I don’t pass the state university entrance test.
    Explanation
    The fact of the previous sentence is that the person does not pass the state university entrance test.

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  • 48. 

     If I had gone with my parents five hours ago to our villa ______

    • A.

      I will not be alone right now.

    • B.

      I was not alone right now.

    • C.

      I would not be alone right now.

    • D.

      I am not alone right now

    Correct Answer
    C. I would not be alone right now.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I would not be alone right now." This is because the sentence is in the past unreal conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. The use of "would" suggests a hypothetical outcome if the speaker had gone with their parents to the villa five hours ago.

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  • 49. 

     If Maria had obeyed her mother’s advice to accept the scholarship _______

    • A.

      She will graduate from famous university.

    • B.

      She graduates from famous university.

    • C.

      She graduated from famous university.

    • D.

      She would have graduated from famous university.

    Correct Answer
    D. She would have graduated from famous university.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "She would have graduated from famous university." This is because the sentence is in the past tense and refers to a hypothetical situation that did not actually happen. The use of "would have" indicates that if Maria had followed her mother's advice, the outcome would have been her graduation from a famous university.

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