Nov 10, 2016

UNIT 25 • When I do / When I’ve done, When and if

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, 55 answers
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  • Complete these sentences using the verbs in brackets. All the sentences are about the future. Use ‘will’, ‘won’t’ or the present simple (‘I see’, ‘he plays’, ‘it is’ etc.).
    • I’ll (phone) you when I (get) home from work.
      I want to see Margaret before she (go) out.
      We’re going on holiday tomorrow. I (tell) you all about it when we (come) back.
      Brian looks very different now. When you (see) him again, you (not / recognise) him.
      We must do something soon before it (be) too late.
      I don’t want to go without you. I (wait) until you (be) ready.
      Sue has applied for the job but she isn’t very well qualified for it. I (be) surprised if she (get) it.
      I’d like to play tennis tomorrow if the weather (be) nice.
      I’m going out now. If anybody (phone) while I (be) out, can you take a message?

    • Make one sentence from two.
      • You will be in London again.
        You must come and see us then.

        • I’ll find somewhere to live.
          Then I will give you my address.
          I when or
          I when

          • I’ll do the shopping.
            Then I’ll come straight back home.
            after or

            • It’s going to start raining.
              Let’s go home before that.

              • She must apologise to me first.
                I won’t speak to her until then.
                until or

              • Read the situations and complete the sentences.
                • A friend of yours is going to visit London.
                  You want to know where she is going to stay.
                  You ask:
                  Where are you going to stay when (be)

                  • A friend of yours is visiting you.
                    She has to go soon but maybe there’s time for a cup of tea.
                    You ask:
                    Would you like a cup of tea before (go)

                    • Your friend is reading the newspaper.
                      You’d like it after her.
                      You ask:
                      Can I have the newspaper when (finish / reading) or
                      Can I have the newspaper when

                      • You want to sell your car.
                        Jim is interested in buying it but he hasn’t decided yet.
                        You ask:
                        Can you let me know as soon as or
                        Can you let me know as soon as you

                        • There are serious traffic problems in your town but they are building a new road.
                          You say:
                          I think it will be better when (finish / new road) or
                          I think it will be better when

                        • Select ‘when’ or ‘if’.
                          • Don’t worry  . . . 
                            I’m late tonight.
                            • if
                            • when

                          • Tom might phone while I’m out this evening  . . . 
                            he does, can you take a message?
                            • if
                            • when

                          • I’m going to Rome next week.  . . . 
                            I’m there, I hope to visit a friend of mine.
                            • If
                            • When

                          • I think Jill will get the job. I’ll be very surprised  . . . 
                            she doesn’t get it.
                            • when
                            • if

                          • I’m going shopping  . . . 
                            you want anything, I can get it for you.
                            • if
                            • when

                          • I’m going away for a few days. I’ll phone you  . . . 
                            I get back.
                            • if
                            • when

                          • I want you to come to the party but  . . . 
                            you don’t want to come, that’s all right.
                            • when
                            • if

                          • We can cat at home or,  . . . 
                            you prefer, we can go to a restaurant.
                            • when
                            • if

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