- For Teachers
1-If you changed into the suit, we could go to the restaurant
2- If we are hungry we would go to the canteen
3- If the waitress didnít see us, we would have to wait for some time.
4- If I knew what had been there in your fridge, I could tell what to buy.
5- If that girl had a good taste, she would always be well-dressed.
1.2-I wish I could help them
2.2-I wish the guests were sorry they had made so much noise that the police came
3.2-I wish you could have tasted my cake, it was delicious.
4.2-I wish you were with us.
If we reserved a table in the coffee shop yesterday, we would not have to wait so long now.
If you will have a free time after your work, drop into a fish store and buy some shrimps.
Thank you so much for helping me. Yeah, you are right, ďseafood storeĒ sounds better.
Here some more sentences. I have translated it but Iím not sure about tenses sequence. Could someone be so kind to proofread them too, are they all correct?
And thanks again.
3- Now I regret I havenít ordered trout fillet because my roast beef is not cooked. (not fried enough).
4-Jane would buy the shoes if they matched the color of her new stripped skirt.
5- If she had not been on a diet, she would order spaghetti with tomato sauce but she had to order salad and boiled fish.
6- I wish I didnít wear woolen sweater, itís cold in here.
7- I wish the cook could put more salt in the meal, it would be tastier.
8- If I had enough money now, I could purchase this elegant spotted two-piece dress.
9- Itís petty we have no time to visit a coffee shop, I would love to have a cup of tea with confectionary. ( or I wish we had more time to visit aÖÖÖ.)
10 If Jack buys milk and a dozen of eggs, I will bake pancakes