If I had known ... I wish I had known ...
Put the verb into the correct form.
I didn't know you were in hospital. If
(I / know),
(I / go) to see you.
Sam got to the station just in time to catch the train to the airport. If
(he / miss) the train,
(he / miss) his flight.
I'm glad that you reminded me about Amanda's birthday.
(I / forget) if
(you / not / remind) me.
Unfortunately I forgot my address book when I went on holiday. If
(I / have) your address,
(I / send) you a postcard.
A: How was your holiday? Did you have a nice time?
B: It was OK, but
(we / enjoy) it more if
(the weather / be) nicer.
I took a taxi to the hotel, but the traffic was bad.
(it / be) quicker if
(I / walk).
I'm not tired. If
(I / be) tired, I'd go home now.
I wasn't tired last night. If
(I / be) tired, I would have gone home earlier.
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