Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets (Past Simple or would).
Example: If I (to go) to a big show, I (not to put) any glasses on! → If I went to a big show, I would not put any glasses on!
If I (to be) you, I (to leave) those sandals at home. Someone can step on your toes and this isn’t the greatest feeling.
If I (to sit ) at the front, I (to dress) to impress. You may be chosen to go onto the stage.
A mini skirt (not to be) the best idea if you (to be invited) to a big concert where you could dance or get invited onto the stage.
If it (to be ) a really big show, I (never/ to wear) anything that could be taken off easily.
If the show (to be held) far from my home, I (to bring) an extra set of clothes to change into after the concert.
If I (to go) to a big show, I (never / to wear) a T-shirt of the performer I was going to see.
If I (to have) an extra ticket, I (to bring) a friend along. It is not fun to go to a concert without a friend to talk about it with.
Transform the sentences using wish.
This dress is very bright.
My country’s brands are not as fashionable as other country’s ones.
Our sister can’t afford to pay very expensive clothes.
Your brother is not so attentive to his appearance.
Fashion shows are too expensive.
People are so materialistic: they think too much about clothes.
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