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Conditional sentences
Complete the sentences to make correct conditionals

ID: 169928
Language: English
School subject: English language
Grade/level: Intermediater
Age: 15-17
Main content: Conditionals
Other contents: tenses
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JuanJoseCC  12/7/2020  
Thank you for sharing this worksheet. I was revising it before using it with my students and I found these mistakes:

9. There should be only one gap; with two gaps, there are at least three possible answers.
16. I think the sentence should say "less messy"

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