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Test 1-Expressing Hypothetical Meaning | Upper-Intermediate English

Test 1-Expressing Hypothetical Meaning | Upper-Intermediate English.

Here's the exercise 'Test 1-Expressing Hypothetical Meaning | Upper-Intermediate English' about Intermediate English grammar. It's to practise the Intermediate English grammar.


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Content test:

A.If only I had done that task.
B.I wish I didn’t have to do that task.
C.I would do that task if I had to.
D.I didn't want to do that task but I had to.
A.I would have known her before.
B.I would like to know her before.
C.I wish I have known her before.
D.I wish I had known her before.
A.If only you hadn't gone there alone.
B.I wish you hadn't gone there alone.
C.I'd rather you went there alone.
D.I'd rather you didn't go there alone.
A.had left / wouldn't have been
B.would have left / hadn't been
C.left / wouldn't be
D.would leave / wasn't
A.If only I had been popular when I wanted.
B.If I were popular I would want it.
C.I would be popular if I wanted.
D.I wish I was/were popular.
A.I wish I hadn't watched that movie.
B.I wish I didn't watch that movie.
C.I wouldn't have watched that movie.
D.I would watch that movie.
A.I'd rather you hadn't stayed there for a long time.
B.I'd rather you didn't stay there for a long time.
C.I wish you stay there for a long time.
D.I wish you stayed there for a long time.
A.had had / would have studied
B.would have / studied
C.had had / had studied
D.would have / would study
A.is lucky/will be taken
B.will be lucky/will be taken
C.is lucky/is taken
D.will be lucky/is taken
A.George wishes he would go shopping with his wife.
B.George wished he hadn't gone shopping with his wife.
C.George wishes he didn't have to go shopping with his wife.
D.George wouldn't go shopping with his wife if he wanted.
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