On a piece of paper, match the sentence halves to make correct sentences. Once you have matched-up the sentences find the correct grammar form and match it to the sentence.
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Andy would have enjoyed coming
He's always getting
How about going to
I might be able to
I wish she had
If he were in charge
Peter will have
She'll be late
She can't have flown to New York because
That house is being
They're going to study
They were discussing the new account
We'll be giving the
We usually sleep
We would have brunch on Sundays
when he burst into the meeting to tell them the news.
unless she hurries up!
the concert next week?
she telephoned me from her home in Austin.
presentation this time tomorrow.
into trouble at school.
in on Sundays.
if he had been invited.
he would fire a few people.
finished the report by next Friday.
decided to stay longer.
computer sciences at university.
built by Anderson Inc.
attend the conference next week.
after going to church.
First or real Conditional
Interrupted past action
Passive voice in the continuous
Past habitual action
Past modal verb of probability
Past unreal conditional
Present habitual annoying problem
Present wish about a past action
Second or unreal conditional