Put the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Form a Conditional sentence — type 1. Mind the negations in the sentences.
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(not / to buy) tickets for the concert, we
(to stay) at home.
If he doesn’t buy tickets for the concert, we will stay at home.
- 1.If my friend(not / to come) to my birthday party, I(to be) upset.doesn’t comewill be
- 2.If it(to rain) tomorrow, we(to cancel) the match.rainswill cancel
- 3.We(to gather) a lot of mushrooms if we(to go) to the forest tomorrow.will gathergo
- 4.If he(to come) home late tomorrow, he(not / to have) dinner with his family.comeswill not have
- 5.If Amanda(to be) late, we(not / to wait for) her.iswill not wait for
- 6.If John(to meet) his mother tomorrow, he(to ask) her for advice.meetswill ask
- 7.If grandad(to put on) his glasses, he(to see) better.puts onwill see
- 8.If they(not / to win) the competition, they(to feel) devastated.don't winwill feel
- 9.Emma(to be) angry with John if he(not / to call) her.will bedoesn't call
- 10.If Sindy(to find) her book, she(to read) us her favorite poem.findswill read