1.You ( don’t have to wait for )him any longer.
2.You ( had better not go out ) on a windy day like this.
3.You can’t practice too much).
1.We ( must ) ( not ) ( be ) ( late ) for the meeting.
2.You only ( have ) ( to ) ( say ) what you are thinking.
3.He ( may ) ( change ) ( his ) mind.
4.High school students ( should ) ( read ) ( a ) ( newspaper ) every day.
1.The answer can’t be wrong. I checked it many times.
2.I should have gone to bed earlier last night.
3.I know you’re interested, but I would rather not talk about it.
4.Jack must have made a big mistake.
1.If I had more money, I would buy the newest model.
2.I would have visited him, if I had known his address.
3.A good player would not make a mistake like that.
1.It’s ( time ) you ( made ) up your mind.
2.If you ( were ) ( to ) ( go ) to the space station, what would you take with you?
3.If ( it ) ( were ) ( not ) for the moon, nighttime ( would ) be much darker.
4.My uncle talked ( as ) ( if ) he ( had ) ( been ) to Britain.
1.Without the guide, we could’t have climbed Mt.Fuji.
2.If I had not bought a watch at that store, I would buy this bag.
3.I wish I could travel around the world.
4.John told me the truth; otherwise I would have been angry.