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1. If - clauses. Write down the missing tenses before checking whether your answer is correct.

1.1. If we (have) the money, we would buy the block of flats.
  1.1.1. If we had the money, we would buy the block of flats.
  1.1.2. If we have the money, we would buy the block of flats.
  1.1.3. If we would have the money, we would buy the block of flats.
  1.1.4. If we had had the money, we would buy the block of flats.
  1.1.5. If we'd had been having the money, we would buy the block of flats.
 

1.2. Brian would have heard about Joan's accident if he (go) to school today.
1.2.1. Brian would have heard about Joan's accident if he would have gone to school today.
1.2.2. Brian would have heard about Joan's accident if he would go to school today.
1.2.3. Brian would have heard about Joan's accident if he would be going to school today.
1.2.4. Brian would have heard about Joan's accident if he will have gone to school today.
1.2.5. Brian would have heard about Joan's accident if he had gone to school today.
 

1.3. If Andrew (ring up/me) tonight, I'll tell him all about the new teacher.
1.3.1. If Andrew rings me up tonight, I told him all about the new teacher.
1.3.2. If Andrew rings me up tonight, I'll tell him all about the new teacher.
1.3.3. If Andrew rings me up tonight, I'll have told him all about the new teacher.
1.3.4. If Andrew rings me up tonight, I had told him all about the new teacher.
1.3.5. If Andrew rings me up tonight, I would have told him all about the new teacher.
 

1.4. Jill and Jayne will come to the sports centre if he (invite) them.
1.4.1. Jill and Jayne will come to the sports centre if he had invite them.
1.4.2. Jill and Jayne will come to the sports centre if he will invite them.
1.4.3 Jill and Jayne will come to the sports centre if he invites them.
1.4.4. Jill and Jayne will come to the sports centre if he would invite them.
1.4.5. Jill and Jayne will come to the sports centre if he would have been inviting them.
 

1.5. If we had asked them to come over, they (not call) the police.
1.5.1. If we had asked them to come over, they would not have been called by the police.
1.5.2. If we had asked them to come over, they will not have called the police.
1.5.3. If we had asked them to come over, they would call the police.
1.5.4. If we had asked them to come over, they had not called the police.
1.5.5. If we had asked them to come over, they would not have called the police.
 

1.6. If all (go) well, we won't be made redundant.
1.6.1. If all goes well, we won't be made redundant.
1.6.2. If all will have gone well, we won't be made redundant.
1.6.3. If all would have gone well, we won't be made redundant.
1.6.4. If all had gone well, we won't be made redundant.
1.6.5. If all would have been going well, we won't be made redundant.
 

1.7. Don't hesitate to contact us if any problems (occur) to you.
1.7.1. Don't hesitate to contact us if any problems will occur to you.
1.7.2. Don't hesitate to contact us if any problems occur to you.
1.7.3. Don't hesitate to contact us if any problems would occur to you.
1.7.4. Don't hesitate to contact us if any problems will have occured to you.
1.7.5. Don't hesitate to contact us if any problems had occured to you.
 

1.8. If unemployment remains at present levels, there (soon/be) riots everywhere in the country.
1.8.1. If unemployment remains at present levels, there would soon have been riots everywhere in the country.
1.8.2. If unemployment remains at present levels, there would soon be riots everywhere in the country.
1.8.3. If unemployment remains at present levels, there will soon be riots everywhere in the country.
1.8.4. If unemployment remains at present levels, there had soon been riots everywhere in the country.
1.8.5. If unemployment remains at present levels, there will soon have been riots everywhere in the country.
 

1.9. If I could afford it, I (buy) a racing car.
1.9.1. If I could afford it, I will buy a racing car.
1.9.2. If I could afford it, I will have bought a racing car.
1.9.3. If I could afford it, I have bought a racing car.
1.9.4. If I could afford it, I would buy a racing car.
1.9.5. If I could afford it, I had bought a racing car.
 

1.10. If I (be) you, I'd take the money and leave as soon as possible.
1.10.1. If I would have been you, I'd take the money and leave as soon as possible.
1.10.2. If I had been, I'd take the money and leave as soon as possible.
1.10.3. If I will be you, I'd take the money and leave as soon as possible.
1.10.4. If I were you, I'd take the money and leave as soon as possible.
1.10.5. If I would be you, I'd take the money and leave as soon as possible.
 

1.11. You (get) a good mark, if you learn your vocabulary properly.
1.11.1. You will have got a good mark, if you learn your vocabulary properly.
1.11.2. You had got a good mark, if you learn your vocabulary properly.
1.11.3. You will get a good mark, if you learn your vocabulary properly.
1.11.4. You got a good mark, if you learn your vocabulary properly.
1.11.5. You would have got a good mark, if you learn your vocabulary properly.
 

1.12. If you (come), we would have gone to the new shopping centre.
1.12.1. If you come, we would have gone to the new shopping centre.
1.12.2. If you had come, we would have gone to the new shopping centre.
1.12.3. If you came, we would have gone to the new shopping centre.
1.12.4. If you will come, we would have gone to the new shopping centre.
1.12.5. If you would have come, we would have gone to the new shopping centre.
 

1.13. My son (be) there before noon, if he caught the first train.
1.13.1. My son would be there before noon, if he caught the first train.
  1.13.2. My son is there before noon, if he caught the first train.
1.13.3. My son will have been there before noon, if he caught the first train.
1.13.4. My son will be there before noon, if he caught the first train.
1.13.5. My son would have been there before noon, if he caught the first train.
 

1.14. John would order a bottle of champagen if he (have) enough maoney.
1.14.1. John would order a bottle of champagne if he will have had enough money.
1.14.2. John would order a bottle of champagne if he would have had enough money.
1.14.3. John would order a bottle of champagne if he has enough money.
1.14.4. John would order a bottle of champagne if he will have enough money.
1.14.5. John would order a bottle of champagne if he had enough money.
 

1.15. If I had moved to Austria 20 years ago, I (have) an Austrian wife.
1.15.1. If I had moved to Austria 20 years ago, I would have an Austrian wife.
1.15.2. If I had moved to Austria 20 years ago, I have an Austrian wife.
1.15.3. If I had moved to Austria 20 years ago, I will have an Austrian wife.
1.15.4. If I had moved to Austria 20 years ago, I will have had an Austrian wife.
1.15.5. If I had moved to Austria 20 years ago, I had had an Austrian wife.
 


2. The passive voice. Rewrite the sentences below in the passive voice.

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2.1. Jill loves John.
2.2. Bill opened the parcel.
2.3. Natisha has found the pen.
2.4 He had answered the phone.
2.5. The Browns will eat the turkey.
2.6. Tony would write the letter.
2.7. Sue would have prepared the meal.
2.8. The board had not yet decided the date of the meeting.
2.9, Would you have accepted that offer?
2.10. Someone has stolen my wallet.
2.11. They say hot lemon is one of the best remedies for sore throats.
2.12. A Scotsman discovered penicillin.
2.13. You must have returned these books to the library by tomorrow.
2.14. Scientists have mapped the human genome.
2.15. They have not finished fixing my car yet.
 
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