He asked her if it was a problem if he was angry most of the time.. She asked them why they weren’t in a more interesting business. She wanted to know if she had to wear a suit for the next interview. They wanted to know which job I had applied before that.
She asked them if they had ever been in prison.
Rewrite the following sentences using mixed conditionals EXAMPLE: CINDY IS NOT CREATIVE AND THE COMPANY WON'T SEND HER TO NEW YORK TO WORK ON THE NEW CAMPAIGN. If Cindy were more creative, the company would send / would be sending her to New York to work on the new campaign. 1) KELLY IS NICE AND HE IS GOING TO TUTOR YOU IN MATH TONIGHT. If Kelly wasn’t / weren’t nice, he wouldn’t be tutoring you in math tonight 2) He didn’t take the medication. Therefore, he still is in bed. If he had taken the medication, he wouldn’t be in bed
3) SHE WASN'T BORN IN THE UNITED STATES AND SHE DOES NEED A VISA NOW TO WORK HERE. If she had been born in USA, she wouldn’t need a visa to work there. 4) MARK DIDN'T GET THE JOB, SO HE IS NOT GOING TO MOVE TO SHANGHAI. If Mark had gotten the job, he would be moving to Shanghai.
For Questions 1-8, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words. He wanted to know what my name was. 1. 'What do you think of the college?' ASKED 5. I went to the office then I remembered it was my day off. Example : She asked me what I thought of the college. HAVE 1. 'I'll call you later tonight,' Keith promised. I needn’t have gone to the office because it was my day off. WOULD 6. Perhaps we missed the correct turning. Keith promised he would call later that night. MIGHT 2. 'Why don't you come this evening, Mary?' We might have missed the correct turning. SUGGESTED 7. You were expected to answer all the questions on the exam paper. He suggested Mary to come that evening. ANSWERED 3. 'You look really tired,' he told her. You must have answered all the questions on the examination paper. SAID 8. It’s almost 2 hours since the bank opened, and she is still waiting. He said that she looked really tired. FOR She has been waiting for almost 2 hours in the bank. 4. 'What's your name?' he asked. 9. The first time I met her was in 2003. KNOWN KNOW I have known her for 10 years.