hey there, sorry for the delay. you can fill it in till Tuesday :)

Complete the Conditional Sentences:

  • If you (wash) the dishes, I(cook) dinner tonight.
  • If my dad (have) time next week, we(paint) my room.
  • You (learn) a lot about American history if you(visit) the exhibition.
  • If the weather(be / not) too bad tomorrow, we(play) golf.
  • We (get / not) there on time if we(catch / not) the bus.

Complete the Conditional Sentences :

  • If I (have) more time, I(learn) to play the guitar.
  • If she (study) harder, she(get) better marks.
  • If we (know) more about history, we (be / not) afraid of the test.
  • I (go) jogging with Tom and Sue if they (be) here this week.
  • It (surprise) me if she(help / not) you.


Complete the sentences with the correct form:

  • If you need the car in the afternoon, I (go will-  go would -go went) shopping in the morning.
  • If I (wear will- wear would- wear wore) a hat, I would look like an old woman.
  • I’ll buy this bag if they (have will -have would -have had) it in blue.
  • She wouldn’t pay cash if she (have will- have would- have had) a credit card.
  • If I didn’t have you, I (do not know -will not know- would not know -did not know) what to do.


hi guys

hi there, hope you are doing fine.

first, ali, mehdi and arshia don’t forget to answer the quiz

second, don’t forget your exam on sunday, the units are 10,11,12

REMEMBER what i told you SO  study well

see you all tomorrow 🙂

hi guys, please fill in the gaps till Wednsday

When do we use which tense?

is a signal word for …
is a signal word for …
‘2 years ago’
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is a signal word for …

Positive Sentences

Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or present perfect simple).

  1. Mary (win) the lottery last year.
  2. We (prepare / already) dinner.
  3. James (find) your ring in the garden yesterday.
  4. He (come / just) home.
  5. They (buy) their car two years ago.

Negative Sentences

Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or present perfect simple).

  1. I (see / not) anyone yet.
  2. Phil (go / not) to the cinema last night.
  3. We (be / not) to the zoo so far.
  4. She (arrive / not) yet.
  5. Emily (visit / not) me last week.


Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or present perfect simple).

  1. (you / read) the book yet?
  2. How many letters (they / write) so far?
  3. When (he / tell) you that?
  4. (you / be) at home last night?
  5. How often (you / travel) abroad till now?


Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or present perfect simple).

  1. A: (you / taste / ever) sushi?
  2. B: Yes, I (eat) sushi at least five times so far.
  3. A: When (you / eat) sushi for the first time?
  4. B: I (eat) sushi for the first time on my dad’s 50th birthday. He (invite) the
    whole family to a Japanese restaurant.
  5. A: (you / like) it?
  6. B: Absolutely. In fact, it (be) so good that we (be) to that restaurant three times yet. And on my mum’s birthday, we (order) some sushi and (have) it at home.

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