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    #1

    conditional sentences

    Hello everybody, how are you ?
    I have some question about conditional (Grammar)
    Complete these sentences.
    Make sure you are correct
    I / go / cinema / tonight
    If / be / free / I / come / with / you but I / work / tonight
    I / want / be / teacher
    If / you / become / teacher / you / get bored soon
    No / I / not!
    I want the answer as soon as possible
    the answer might be first or second conditional or without conditional.

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    #2

    Re: conditional sentences

    No homework. OK?

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    #3

    Re: conditional sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by jordan1766 View Post
    I want the answer as soon as possible.
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    José Manuel Rosón Bravo

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    #4

    Re: conditional sentences

    Nevertheless, we still don't help with homework.

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    #5

    Re: conditional sentences

    this is not homework because now I'm on holiday and I practice to answer some activities
    so I tried to answer them but I'm not sure about them. I hope to cheek them.
    1- I'm going to the cinema tonight.
    2- If I were free I'd come with you but I'm working tonight.
    3- I want to be a teacher.
    4- If you became a teacher, you'd get bored soon.
    5- No, I wouldn't!

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    #6

    Re: conditional sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by jordan1766 View Post
    This is not homework because now I'm on holiday and I am just practising. to answer some activities
    so I have tried to answer them but I'm not sure about them. I hope to you can cheek check them.
    1- I'm going to the cinema tonight.
    2- If I were free I'd come with you but I'm working tonight.
    3- I want to be a teacher.
    4- If you became a teacher, you'd get bored soon.
    5- No, I wouldn't!
    All 5 of your sentences are grammatically correct. The only slight change I would make would be to write "... you'd soon get/be bored" at the end of #4.

    Please see my amendments in red to the rest of your post.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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