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Mixed conditionals
exercise to practice conditionals

 
ID: 650739
Language: English
School subject: Grammar
Grade/level: intermediate
Age: 12+
Main content: Conditionals
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eldeztrozador  8/6/2021  
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WegeSmalec  2/18/2021  
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JuanJoseCC  2/13/2021  
Thank you for sharing this excellent worksheet!
My students "discovered" two mistakes: in questions 5 and 10, both types are possible, there is not enough context. Could you change the worksheet so that it admits both, or change the examples to make it clear from the context which one they need to write? (For example, by adding "now" or "yesterday").




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