Exercises on pages 70 and 71 of the workbook
8. a Complete the questions about imaginary situations with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1. If you won a lot of money, what would youdo with it? (win, do)
2. What would you do if someone tried to rob you in the street? (do, try)
3. If you broke down on the motorway, would you get out of the car? (break down, get out)4. Would you know what to do if someone cut their arm badly? (know, cut)
5. If you knew a friend of yours was stealing money from his company, would you tell anyone? (know, tell)
6.Would you feel safe walking home alone at night in your town? (feel)
7. If someone offered you a free bungee jump, what would you do? (offer, do)
8. Would you ever eat raw meat? (eat)b. Match these answers to the questions above.
A. 8. If I was hungry enough, yes, I would.
B. 7. I think I’d probably tie something round it.
C. 4. No, I wouldn’t. I’d lock the doorsand stay inside.
D. 3. I might do it for the experience if I was feeling brave.
E. 5. I might tell another friend so that we could decide what to do.
F. 2. I’d probably just give him all mymoney and run.
G. 6. No, I definitely wouldn’t. It’s too dangerous after dark here.
H. 1. I’d travel round the world.
c. What would you do in the situations in part a. Write youranswers using I’d, I wouldn’t, I might, I could.
1. If my family travels with me, I would travel to Paris.
2. we would carry the camera
3. We wouldn’t carry money.
4. We mightknow all place and buildings of Paris.
5. We might bring details to our friends.
6. If we go we would have a guide.
7. This would be a spectacular journey.
Real and hypotheticalpossibilities with if
9. a. Complete the gaps in these conversations with the best form of the verb in brackets.
1. Clare’s going to have a baby. She’s talking to her friend Jackie about it....
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