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Complete the sentences using the words in bold. Use two to five words. Put in commas where necessary.

1) I won't be able to get to work if George doesn't give me a lift.
UNLESS
me a lift, I won't be able to get to work.
2) She will come to the conference if she doesn't have to make a speech.
LONG
She will come to the conference
she doesn't have to make a speech.
3) You had better change your jacket as it might get cold in the evening.
CASE
You had better change your jacket just
gets cold in the evening.
4) I won't make a birthday cake unless you ask me.
BUT
I will make a birthday cake,
you ask me.
5) If Monika is in Cambridge in June, she must visit her grandmother.
HAPPENS
If Monika
in Cambridge in June, she must visit her grandmother.
6) Please come this way, and the chairman will see you in a moment.
IF
this way, the chairman will see you in a moment.

Answers!

englishrevealed

CORRECT!

UNLESS + PRESENT SIMPLE
UNLESS + GEORGE + GIVES

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UNLESS + PRESENT SIMPLE => used to mean IF ... NOT.

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AS LONG AS + PRESENT SIMPLE
AS + LONG + AS

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SO LONG AS + PRESENT SIMPLE
SO + LONG + AS

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This expression is used to say that one thing can happen or be true only if another thing happens or is true.

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IN CASE + VERB
IN + CASE + IT

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Which expression means 'because of a possibility of something happening, being needed, etc'?

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BUT ONLY IF + PRESENT SIMPLE
BUT + ONLY + IF

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This is used to say that something happens or is possible in one particular situation or place and no others.

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IF ... HAPPEN TO
HAPPENS + TO + BE

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You have to use this pattern: IF ... HAPPEN TO + INFINITIVE

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IF + WILL + FUTURE SIMPLE
IF + YOU + WILL + COME

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We can use IF ... WILL in requests!

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