L4: Unreal Present Conditional
Look at the real sentence and make an unreal 'if' sentence.
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If I spoke French, I would watch French movies.
I don't speak French, so I don't watch French movies.
If I were tall, I would play basketball.
I am not tall, so I don't play basketball.
If I were rich, I would buy a BMW.
I am not rich, so I won't buy a BMW.
If I had a high TOEFL score, I would be a DVC student
I don't have a high TOEFL score, so I'm not a DVC student.
If I had a car, I would go to SF tonight.
I don't have a car, so I won't go to SF tonight.
If I could speak Spanish, I would go to university in Spain.
I can't speak Spanish, so I won't go to university in Spain.
If I had a dog, I would have to walk it everyday.
I don't have a dog, so I don't have to walk it every day.
If she didn't live in Pleasant Hill, she wouldn't know this area well.
She lives in Pleasant Hill, so she know this area well.
If he didn't love donuts, he wouldn't eat them everyday.
He loves donuts, so he eats them everyday.
If he studied, he would pass the test.
He (probably) won't study, so he won't pass the test.
If she went to the party, she would have fun.
She (probably) won't go to the party, so she will not have fun.
If I won a million dollars, I would buy a house.
I (probably) won't win a million dollars, so I will not buy a house.
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