Paraphrase the sentences as in the example to form Conditional sentence — type 2. Mind the punctuation.
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It’s raining heavily, so the boys won’t play football.
If it wasn’t raining heavily, the boys would play football.
- 1.I don’t know Chinese, so I can’t get that job.If I knew Chinese, I could get that job.2.Richard doesn’t understand what you mean, so he won’t do the work properly.If Richard understood what you meant, he would do the work properly.3.Peter doesn’t feel well, so he won’t go on a trip with you.If Peter felt well, he would go on a trip with you.4.Aurora doesn’t sleep well, so she doesn’t feel refreshed.If Aurora slept well, she would feel refreshed.5.I don’t play tennis professionally, so I won’t win the tournament.If I played tennis professionally, I would win the tournament.6.Mickey won’t follow the instructions, so he will be fined.If Mickey followed the instructions, he wouldn’t be fined.7.The weather isn’t windy, so we won’t go windsurfing.If the weather was windy, we would go windsurfing.8.The soup doesn’t taste nice, so we won’t have it for dinner.If the soup tasted nice, we would have it for dinner.9.You don’t listen to me, so you make mistakes.If you listened to me, you wouldn’t make mistakes.10.I don’t like skiing, so I won’t go to the mountains with you.If I liked skiing, I would go to the mountains with you.