BBC Learning English, Grammar (Conditionals)
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In this grammar learning exercise, learners review conditionals like could/would, will/might, etc. by matching sentence halves and choosing the best modal verb in each sentence.
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BBC Learning English, Writing (Culture)
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Learning English: Level C Lesson 82
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