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***I’ll come if necessary.
***I don’t mind if it’s hot.
***I wonder if this is love.
***Is it OK if I open a can?
***You can go if you want to.
***I don’t know if he knows it.
***He acts as if he were a king.
***I have to go even if it rains.
***She asked him if he was happy.
***I asked him if he knew my name.
***I wouldn’t do it if I were you.
***If I had money, I could buy it.
***She asked him if he was Joseph.
***You may go home if you want to.
***Do you know if Grace is at home?
***He asked if I like Chinese food.
***I asked him if he would help me.
***I don’t care if it’s a bit cold.
***I don’t know if I still have it.
***If I were you, I’d buy that one.
***I asked him if he wanted a watch.
***I will go there even if it rains.
***I wonder if they’ll get divorced.
***I wouldn’t do that if I were you.
***If I were you, I would trust her.
***She acted as if she knew nothing.
***You may stay here if you want to.
***Do you mind if I turn down the TV?
***He speaks as if he were an expert.
***I think we’ll make it if we hurry.
***I wonder if it will rain tomorrow.
***I wonder if the weather will hold.
***If I were rich, I would go abroad.
***The boy talks as if he were a man.
***Do you know if he has a girlfriend?
***Do you mind if I turn on the radio?
***I asked him if he knew her address.
***She will come even if she is tired.
***You talk as if you knew everything.
***I apologize if I hurt your feelings.
***Do you know if she can speak English?
***How can I tell if I’m really in love?
***She asked me if I knew Tom’s address.
***She asked him if he knew where I lived.
***If you want a pencil, I’ll lend you one.
***I asked my mother if breakfast was ready.
***If he’s fluent in English, I’ll hire him.
***It would be great if we could meet again.
***I don’t know if she will go there with me.
***I’m willing to help you if you want me to.
***She acted as if she knew nothing about it.
***Would you mind if I sit at the same table?
***Don’t hesitate to ask if you want anything.
***I avoid traveling by air, if I can help it.
***If you don’t want to go, you don’t have to.
***If you don’t want to go, you don’t need to.
***It doesn’t bother me if you take that book.
***You’d better not swim if you’ve just eaten.
***If you hadn’t had advice, you’d have failed.
***I don’t know if he will visit us next Sunday.
***If Mary slapped Tom, I’m sure he deserved it.
***If we’d been on that plane, we’d be dead now.
***She asked him if he knew my telephone number.
***I asked him if he would go there the next day.
***If the phone rings again, I plan to ignore it.
***If you find a mistake, please leave a comment.
***If you want to speak to me, please call me up.
***It doesn’t matter to me if you take that book.
***She acted as if she didn’t care what happened.
***What will happen if there’s power failure now?
***Don’t hesitate to tell me if you need anything.
***I could have done better if I had had more time.
***If he had taken my advice, he would now be rich.
***Mary asked if the cat had drunk all of the milk.
***If you could assist me, it would be a great help.
***She asked him if he was a student at this school.
***You’ll get into trouble if your parents find out.
***If you are by my side, I don’t need anything else.
***If you can’t make it, call us as soon as possible.
***Tom said he would draw a map for her if necessary.
***I’d appreciate it if you would turn off the lights.
***If you go to the movies, take your sister with you.
***If you hadn’t had my advice, you would have failed.
***Even if he does something bad, he’ll never admit it.
***If there’s anything else you need, just let me know.
***Please say hello to her if you see her at the party.
***Let me read the newspaper if you’ve finished with it.
***We’ll have a good crop if this good weather keeps up.
***I wonder if she’ll recognize me after all these years.
***You should consult a doctor if the symptoms get worse.
***I have a few questions. Would it be OK if I asked them?
***If I had bought the painting then, I would be rich now.
***If you follow this street, you will get to the station.
***If you want security in your old age, begin saving now.
***What would you do if you saw a man from another planet?
***You don’t have to go to the party if you don’t want to.
***If he had studied harder, he would have passed the exam.
***If there is anything you want, don’t hesitate to ask me.
***We’ll have to camp out if we can’t find a place to stay.
***Do you know what to do if there’s a fire in the building?
***If there’s anything I can do for you, please let me know.
***If you don’t want to go to that party, you don’t have to.
***If you would move over, there would be room for everyone.
***If he had been there, I could have given him your message.
***If you want to make your dreams come true, keep on trying.
***She wouldn’t have married him if she had known him better.
***Some dog owners wonder if it’s OK to feed their dogs fish.
***You’d better hurry up if you want to get home before dark.
***If you stack the dishes up by the sink, I’ll do them later.
***If he could pass for eighteen years old, he’d join the army.
***I’m willing to take care of your children, if you want me to.
***If he had taken his doctor’s advice, he might still be alive.
***If you feed your dog properly, you can increase his lifespan.
***Some dog owners wonder if they are feeding their dogs enough.
***I’m a vegetarian, so I’d rather not have meat, if that’s okay.
***If he had known her phone number, he could have called her up.
***If it’s possible, I’d like to exchange this for a larger size.
***If Mary knew how to swim, she would go to the beach more often.
***If you behave like a servant, you’ll be treated like a servant.
***If you were to win the lottery, what would you buy with the money?
***If you put more tea leaves into the pot, the tea will taste better.
***If at all possible, you should go and look into the matter yourself.
***If it’s at all possible, I’d like you to take part in the next meeting.
***If you want your workers to be happy, you need to pay them a decent wage.
***If I had known about your illness, I could have visited you in the hospital.
***If you only had one more week to live, what would you spend your time doing?
***If it looks like an apple and it tastes like an apple, it’s probably an apple.
***It’s OK with me if we barbecue, but I don’t like it when smoke gets in my eyes.
***If students today had more free time, they might show more interest in politics.
***If you leave your textbooks at school during the break, they’ll get confiscated.
***I think if I talked more often with a native speaker, my English skills would improve quickly.
***If you spend too much time in the sun without putting on sunscreen, you are likely to get a sunburn.
***If you’d told me about it earlier, I could’ve been free. However, tomorrow I have plans to go back home.
***I came here to see if there was something I could do to help, but there doesn’t seem to be anything for me to do.
***It’s still too hard to find a job. And even if you have a job, chances are you’re having a tougher time paying the rising costs of everything from groceries to gas.