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Upper Intermediate English Grammar – Expressing Hypothetical Meaning – Test 1

1. Express disappointment with the present situation: I have to do this task. I don’t want to do it.

2. Express regret about the past: It’s a pity that I didn’t know her before.

3. Express the idea when you want someone to do something in the present or future: Don’t go there alone.

4. If he _____ the house earlier, he _____ late for work.

5. Express disappointment with the present situation. I want to be popular but I’m not.

6. Express regret about the past: I regret that I watched that movie.

7. Express the idea when you want someone to do something in the present or future: I don’t want you to stay there for a long time.

8. If she _____ time, she _____ better.

9. If she _____ lucky, she _____ on this prestigious job.

10. Express disappointment with the present situation: George has to go shopping with his wife but he doesn’t want to.


 

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