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Mustn't raise 3) shouldn't raise 2) needn't have raised 4) you needn't raise Chapter_Xl. CONDITIOfVAIS - WISHES BETTER / WOULD RATHER l) I'm not sure, but I can see 2) must have I 18. ) Sue yesterday but My letter in town last night. L it didn't. l) should have arrived 3) may arrive - arrived 4) ought to arrive 2) must have 19. I really think you 21. He 4) don't didn't walk home. 3) had to 62 (:annrar). So called Real Conditions express real or probable situations in the present or future. (it is certain that he will phone) I wrote down the directions to our _ have got lost.
Whose Dad, this is the boy whose bicycle c) where I (and only which) Yi:h dealing with a fact, is used to connect a whore sentence situation, a piece of news or action with a comment on them. Our favourite team lost the (information, news) first. (lt's most common spoken form) | remember the day I went work first. 7, You should use that with such words as all, every( 'some(thing), any(thing), no(thing), none, few, little, much, and the superlative forms. The only thing that is important to John is his achievements game.