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Match the parts of the sentence.


1. If I get this new job,
   a) she won't be very happy.
   b) I'll buy you some champagne.
   c) we'll ask him what he thinks.
   d) they won't be very happy.

2. If England win the World Cup,
   a) I'll take the rest of the week off.
   b) they won't be very happy.
   c) I'll be very surprised.
   d) I won't go either.

3. If Tony Blair continues the way he has started,
   a) she won't be very happy.
   b) they won't be very happy.
   c) we'll ask him what he thinks.
   d) he'll be one of the best ever Prime Ministers.

4. If the Euro does as well as expected,
   a) she won't be very happy.
   b) we'll make a lot of money.
   c) I'll take the rest of the week off.
   d) we'll ask him what he thinks.

5. When our shareholders see how badly we have done,
   a) we'll ask him what he thinks.
   b) they won't be very happy.
   c) she won't be very happy.
   d) I won't go either.

6. When the boss gets back from holiday,
   a) we'll ask him what he thinks.
   b) I won't go either.
   c) I'll take the rest of the week off.
   d) we'll make a lot of money.

7. When the boss finds out about this,
   a) we'll make a lot of money.
   b) I won't go either.
   c) I'll take the rest of the week off.
   d) she won't be very happy.

8. When I finish work tonight,
   a) I'll probably go and have a drink.
   b) I won't go either.
   c) I'll take the rest of the week off.
   d) we'll make a lot of money.

9. If you are definitely not going to the seminar,
   a) I won't go either.
   b) I'll be very surprised.
   c) I'll take the rest of the week off.
   d) we'll make a lot of money.

10. If you think it's not a problem,
   a) I'll buy you some champagne.
   b) I'll be very surprised.
   c) I'll take the rest of the week off.
   d) we'll make a lot of money.



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