Lesson 1 - Grammar - ARTS AND CRAFTS - Page4

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Do you remember the song “If I were a rich man”? In that song the man is singing about his present situation. If he was rich now he wouldn’t have to work. But he isn’t rich and he has to work.

Let’s imagine him years later. He’s old and rich, and he doesn’t work. And he remembers the difficult times when he wasn’t rich and he had to work. What would he say?


If I ............................ a rich man when I was younger, I ......................... to work.

had been / wouldn’t have

had been / wouldn’t have had

had been / hadn’t had

had been / didn’t have

were / wouldn’t have

were / wouldn’t have had

were / didn’t have

were / hadn’t had

would be / wouldn’t have

would be / wouldn’t have had

would be / wouldn’t have had

would be / wouldn’t have had

would have been / wouldn’t have

would have been / wouldn’t have had

would have been / wouldn’t have had

would have been / wouldn’t have had


The second conditional is used to speculate about situations in the present or the future while the third conditional is used to speculate about the past.


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