Sandra is talking to her friend, Ann, about moving house.
Fill in the gaps using the first or second conditional.
Sandra: If you — select —werewaswould be me, would you move house?
Ann: Yes, I think you — select —will bewould bewere happier if you lived somewhere nicer!
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Sandra: You’re right. If I get a promotion at the end of the year, I — select —will buywould buybought a house. At the moment, I can only afford to rent.
Ann: If I — select —gotgetwould get a promotion, I’d probably just go on an expensive holiday. You’re much more sensible than me!
Sandra: I think if you — select —workworkedwill work harder, your boss would promote you… but you always arrive late!
Ann: We’re not here to talk about me! I think you should start looking for new place now. Your house is in such as bad condition. If you — select —movemovedwould move , I’ll help you pack!
Sandra: You’re right! If I have time tonight, I — select —startwill startwould start looking for a house!
Ann: Great! Do you want to visit an estate agent this weekend? If we — select —wentgowould go on Saturday morning, we’ll have time to walk around the market after.
Sandra: That’s a good plan. Listen… are you interested in moving house, too? I think it — select —iswill bewould be more affordable if we lived together!
Ann: Why not! Let’s talk about it later. If I — select —don’t gowon’t godidn’t go now, I’ll miss my train! See you on Saturday.
Well done! 🙂
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