Bài tập Viết lại câu với "wish/If only"

1/18/2019 12:00:00 AM
Bài tập Viết lại câu với "wish/If only" nhằm phục vụ nhu cầu chuẩn bị cho kỳ thi đại học môn Tiếng Anh.

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He didn’t study harder when he was at school. He now regrets it.

  • He wishes he studied harder when he was at school.
  • He wishes he had studied harder when he was at school.
  • He wishes he hadn't studied harder when he was at school.
  • If only he hadn't studied harder when he was at school.
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I feel sick. I ate so much chocolate.
  • If only I hadn’t eaten all that chocolate.
  • I wish I had eaten all that chocolate.
  • I regret I hadn’t eaten all that chocolate.
  • If only I didn't eat all that chocolate.
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I saw a great cell phone on sale yesterday. However, I didn’t have enough money with me.
  • I wish I hadn't had more money with me yesterday to buy that cell phone!
  • Only if I’d had more money with me yesterday to buy that cell phone!
  • I wish I had more money with me yesterday to buy that cell phone!
  • If only I’d had more money with me yesterday to buy that cell phone!
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I was so rude to her. She's not speaking to me now.
  • If only I was so rude to her, she would speak to me now.
  • If only I had been so rude to her, she would speak to me now.
  • If only I hadn't been so rude to her, she would speak to me now.
  • I wish I had been so rude to her, she would speak to me now.

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It rains so much. The garden's turned to mud.

  • I wish it had rained so much.
  • I wish it hadn’t rained so much.
  • If only it had rained so much.
  • I wish it didn't rain so much.
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I parked my car on the pavement. That’s why I got a fine.
  • If only I hadn’t parked on the pavement, I wouldn't have got a fine.
  • If only I had parked on the pavement, I wouldn't have got a fine.
  • I wish I didn't park on the pavement, I wouldn't have got a fine.
  • I wish I t parked on the pavement, I wouldn't have got a fine.
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I want to go to Mozambique this summer. However, I don’t have enough money.
  • I wish I had had enough money to go to Mozambique this summer.
  • If only I have had enough money to go to Mozambique this summer.
  • I wish to have enough money to go to Mozambique this summer.
  • If only I had enough money to go to Mozambique this summer.
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I shouted at my little sister this morning. I feel bad about it now.
  • I wish I had shouted at my little sister this morning.
  • I regret that I hadn't shouted at my little sister this morning.
  • I wish I hadn't shouted at my little sister this morning.
  • If only I had shouted at my little sister this morning.
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I didn't go to the library yesterday. It's closed today.
  • If only I hadn't gone to the library yesterday.
  • If only I had gone to the library yesterday.
  • I wish I hadn't gone to the library yesterday.
  • I regret that I had gone to the library yesterday.
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I took no notice of what the teacher said. Consequently, I did really badly in the test.
  • I wish I hadn't taken more notice of what the teacher said, I wouldn't have done badly in the test.
  • I wish I hadn't taken more notice of what the teacher said, I wouldn't have done badly in the test.
  • If only I had taken more notice of what the teacher said, I wouldn't have done badly in the test.
  • If only I hadn't taken more notice of what the teacher said, I wouldn't have done badly in the test.
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They stayed up really late last night. Today they feel very tired at work.
  • If only they hadn't stayed up last night, they wouldn’t feel so tired at work today.
  • If only they had stayed up last night, they wouldn’t feel so tired at work today.
  • Only if they had stayed up last night, they wouldn’t feel so tired at work today.
  • If only they stayed up last night, they wouldn’t feel so tired at work today.
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Jack didn't tell his wife he was going to be late. She got really angry with him about that.
  • Jack wishes he hadn't told his wife he was going to be late.
  • Jack wishes he told his wife he was going to be late.
  • If only Jack hadn't told his wife he was going to be late.
  • Jack wishes he had told his wife he was going to be late.
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Mary told her brother she was going to be late. She feels regretful now.
  • Mary regrets she hadn't told her brother she was going to be late.
  • Mary wishes she had told her brother she was going to be late.
  • Mary wishes she hadn't told her brother she was going to be late.
  • If only Mary didn't told her brother she was going to be late.
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You arrive late all the time. I feel so annoyed about that.
  • I wish you wouldn't arrive so late all the time.
  • It's annoying that you didn't arrive so late all the time.
  • If only you would arrive so late all the time.
  • I wish you don't arrive so late all the time.
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The boys drank too much beer at the party. I found it annoying.
  • I wish the boys didn't drink too much beer at the party.
  • I wish the boys wouldn't have drunk too much beer at the party.
  • If only the boys had drunk too much beer at the party.
  • It's annoying that the boys hadn’t drunk too much beer at the party.

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Samantha’s too busy to wash her hair. It looks so greasy.

  • If only Samantha's hair wasn't too greasy to wash.
  • If only Samantha wasn't too busy to wash her greasy hair.
  • If only Samantha hadn't too busy to wash her greasy hair.
  • Samantha wishes she hadn't too busy to wash her greasy hair.
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You are so horrible to your brother. That makes me annoyed.
  • It's annoying that you wouldn’t be so horrible to your brother.
  • If only you would be so horrible to your brother.
  • I wish you wouldn’t be so horrible to your brother.
  • I wish you hadn't been so horrible to your brother.
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That was a beautiful old house. However, the council demolished it.
  • I wish the council hadn’t demolished that beautiful old house.
  • If only the council had demolished that beautiful old house.
  • I wish the council didn't demolished that beautiful old house.
  • It's regretful that the council hadn’t demolished that beautiful old house.
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I didn’t have enough money. I couldn’t go to Jon’s wedding in the States.
  • I wish I had enough money to go to Jon's wedding in The States.
  • If only I had enough money to go to Jon's wedding in The States.
  • I wish I hadn't had enough money to go to Jon's wedding in The States.
  • If only I had had enough money to go to Jon's wedding in The States.
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I told her that she’s put on weight. I feel so regretful now.
  • If only I didn’t told her that she'd put on weight.
  • I wish I hadn’t told her that she'd put on weight.
  • I regret that I hadn’t told her that she'd put on weight.
  • If only I had told her that she'd put on weight.