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Option 1
I. Removing the parentheses and write each sentence three times to form conditional sentences I, II, and III types. Put each sentence in Russian.
Eg If you (to be) free, I (to come) to see you.
Type 1: If you are free, I will come to see you.
Type 2: If you were free, I would come to see you.
Type 3: If you had been free, I would have come to see you.

1. If you (to be) busy, I (to leave) you alone.
2. If I (to live) in Moscow, I (to visit) the Tretyakov Gallery every year.
3. If I (to get) a ticket, 'I (to go) to the Philharmonic.
4. If I (to live) near a wood, I (to gather) a lot of mushrooms.
5. If my father (to return) early, we (to watch) TV together.

2. Expand the brackets, using verbs in the required form. Turn suggestions on the Russian language.
1. I would be delighted if I (to have) such a beautiful fur-coat.
2. If it (to rain), we will have to stay at home.
3. If he (to work) hard, he would have achieved great progress.
4. If it is not too cold, I (to put) on my coat.
5. I (to write) the composition long ago if you had not disturbed me.
6. If he (to read) so much, he would not be so clever.
7. If my friend (to be) at home, he will tell us what to do.
8. If he were not such an outstanding actor, he (to have) so many admirers.
9. If you (to give) me your address, I will write you a letter.
10. If she (not to be) so absent-minded, she would be a much better student.

3. Expand the brackets, using the required form of the subjunctive after the "I wish". Turn suggestions on the Russian language.
1. I wish I (to know) Spanish.
2. I wish I (not to drink) so much coffee in the evening: I could not sleep half the night.
3. I wish you (to read) more in future.
4. I wish I (to be) at yesterday's party: it must have been very merry.
5. Do not you wish you (to see) that performance before?
6. I wish I (to have) a season ticket to the Philharmonic next winter.

4. Turn on the English language.
1. If I was free now!
2. If I were in your place, I would advise parents.
3. If he did not follow the doctor's advice, he would not have recovered so quickly.
4. Oh, if I come to the station on time!
5. If he had come tonight!
6. You have a lot to know if regularly read this magazine.


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