I WISH & IF ONLY

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I WISH & IF ONLY

Bob is at his cousin’s birthday party. He’s bored.:

Bob is at his cousin’s birthday party. He’s bored.

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He wishes he were somewhere else. If only he were somewhere else.

WISH / IF ONLY + PAST:

WISH / IF ONLY + PAST We use wish / If only + past to express dissatisfaction or regret about the present or future. For example : Bob wishes he were somewhere else . If only he were somewhere else .

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I wish they would stop smoking! If only they would let me eat peacefully!

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WISH / IF ONLY + WOULD We use wish / If only + would + infinitive to complain about or criticise a person or a situation. For example: I wish they would stop smoking. If only they would let me eat peacefully.

Make sentences about the following situations, using wish / If only + past or wish / If only + would + infinitive:

Make sentences about the following situations, using wish / If only + past or wish / If only + would + infinitive

She’s trying to sleep but her husband is snoring.:

She’s trying to sleep but her husband is snoring. I wish... / If only...

He is in class. He’s bored.:

He is in class. He’s bored. He wishes... / If only...

They are lost.:

They are lost. They wish... / If only...

It’s raining and we want it to stop.:

It’s raining and we want it to stop. We wish... / If only...

This is John. He went to a party yesterday and had too many beers. :

This is John. He went to a party yesterday and had too many beers.

This is John today. He has a painful hangover...:

This is John today. He has a painful hangover... He wishes he hadn’t drunk so many beers yesterday. If only he hadn’t drunk so many beers yesterday.

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WISH / IF ONLY + PAST PERFECT We use wish / If only + past perfect to express dissatisfaction or regret about the past. For example: John wishes he hadn’t drunk so many beers yesterday. If only he hadn’t drunk so many beers yesterday.

Make sentences about the following situations, using wish / If only + past perfect:

Make sentences about the following situations, using wish / If only + past perfect

He went trekking alone but didn’t take a map. He got lost.:

He went trekking alone but didn’t take a map. He got lost. He wishes... / If only...

She has spent all her money on clothes and now she’s in debt!:

She has spent all her money on clothes and now she’s in debt! She wishes... / If only...

I’m feeling seasick.:

I’m feeling seasick. I wish... / If only...

I didn’t study for the test.:

I didn’t study for the test. I wish... / If only... SB p. 148 ex. 5

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