Choose the phrase which best completes the conditional statement.
1. I leave on Saturdays
- if she will come to visit.
- if she comes to visit.
- if she won't come to visit.
2. If he were President,
- he would help the poor more.
- he will help the poor more.
- he would have helped the poor more.
3. If they had had enough good sense,
- they would move to Santa Monica.
- they would have moved to Santa Monica.
- they would had moved to Santa Monica.
4. She will go crazy
- if you leaves her.
- unless she leaves you.
- if she don't leave you.
5. If this storm gets worse,
- we will have to go inland.
- we have to get inland.
- we must to go inland.
6. Watch out! If you touch that cable,
- you will get a shock.
- you shocked.
- you had a shock.
7. I might have had time
- if you needed my help.
- if you had asked me for help.
- if you ask me for help.
8. I'm afraid I can't understand you
- if you speak unclear.
- unless you speak more clearly.
- if you don't speak clear.
9. She would have gone
- if she had been in your position.
- if she were in your position.
- if she was in your position.
10. You would certainly have been angry
- if you discovered what he knew.
- if you had discovered what he knew.
- if you had discovered what he had known.