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Look at the information in brackets and complete the sentences using if or when and a verb in the present simple.
►(I may see Tom tonight.) If I see Tom, I’ll tell him the news.
►(Melanie is coming soon.) When Melanie comes, can you let her in, please?
1- (The alarm will ring soon.) we all have to leave the building.
2- (I might feel better tomorrow.) I’ll probably go back to work.
3- (This film finishes at ten.) I’ll stop the video.
4- (The plan may not work.) we’ll have to think of something else.
Complete the sentences using unless and the information in brackets.
►You won’t get there in time unless you hurry. (if you don’t hurry)
1- We can’t have a picnic (if it isn’t a nice day)
2- Don’t leave the TV on (if you aren’t watching it)
3- We can’t do the job (if we don’t get help)
4- I wouldn’t have bought the picture (if I didn’t like it)
Which word makes more sense? Put in if or unless.
►Rachel will be pleased if she passes her driving test.
►The bus won’t stop unless you ring the bell.
1- I can’t read your letters you type them.
2- Emma will be upset she doesn’t get the job.
3- You can’t go into the reception you’ve got a ticket.
4- Don’t bother to ring me it’s important.
What could you say in these situations? Use in case.
►You think Vicky had better take a coat. It might get cold.
You to Vicky: You’d better take a coat in case it gets cold.
1- You think you and Mark had better book a table. The restaurant might be busy.
You to Mark:
2- You think Claire ought to insure her jewellery. It might get stolen.
You to Claire:
3- You’ll leave David your phone number. He might want to contact you.
You to David:
Jake lives next door to Melanie. Complete their conversation. Put in if, when (×2), unless or in case.
Jake: A man is delivering a washing-machine this morning, but I have to go to work. I won’t be here when he calls. Could you let him in for me, please, you’re terribly busy?
Melanie: Oh, that’s no problem.
Jake: Oh, thanks. you could do that, I’d be really grateful. I’ll leave a message on his answerphone. And he doesn’t get the message, I’ll put a note on the door, just to make sure. He’ll see it he comes.