river last Sunday if it had rained? 5. What would yon havi done if you had lost your pen? 6. What would you do if n were dark in the room? 7. At what time would you get up fit school began at nine o’clock? 8. What would you pat- on if it were cold? 9. Would you go to a library or to ail bookshop if you wanted to borrow a book? 10. What woufrH you do if you were hungry? 11. What would you do if y«tj were thirsty? 12. What would you have done if you had felt i bad yesterday? ^
Exercise 156. Choose the right form of the verb from thej brackets. Explain your ehoiee. I
1. They.........a more perfect day for a garden party 3
if they had ordered it (cannot have/could not have/could 3
not have had). 2, If mother had lived, they......(may .,.1
marry/might... marry/might... have married). 3.1......;
in Anthony’s suicide with difficulty if it weren’t far \ Mrs.Rogers (can believe/could believe/could have believed), i
4.1 believe that if I.........her then, she would have told j
me his name (can see/could see/can have seen her/could 1 have seen her). 5. If. these pills ... realy ... my pain, 1^ would certainly take them (can relieve/could relieve/could ' have relieved). 6. It would not have been so bad if she ...
......her grief to a friend (can confide/could confide/
could have confided). 7. If I.........her then, she would (
have told me his name (can see/could see/could have seen), j
Exercise 157. Make up dialogues by using the substitution! table.
A: What would you do if you had free time sow?
you were thirsty? you felt bad?
_ the weather were fine now?
go for a walk.
go to the polyclinic. *
go to a soda-fountain. '
go for a walk? go to the polyclinic? go to a soda-fountain?
A: But if you couldn’t B: Then I’d most probably
send for a doctor, drink a glass of water, work in the open air. stay at home.