Category: Conditionals and unreal past

Unreal past.

Put each verb in brackets into a suitable verb form.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. Sue lost all the money but she behaves as though nothing (happen).2. Look at this man. He can hardly stand on the ground. He's walking as if he (be) drunk.3. If possible, I'd sooner she (come) a little earlier.4. It's high time you (realise) there are more important things than football.5. It's about time you (start) learning if you want to pass the exam.6. He's acting as if he (be) the most important human being.7. Supposing you (be) offered a well-paid job, would you give up the old one?8. Suppose you (have) a lot of money, what would you do then?9. I'd rather you (do) it today.10. If only I (know) it before I called him a thief.11. Imagine you (can) have one thing for free, what would it be?12. I'd rather you (not spend) so much money in Greece, but you spent it all.13. My parents ask about every detail of my life. I really wish they (stop) doing that.14. I'm really tired. I'd rather (stay) at home.15. It's time we (go) home.