Wish + Verb 2 Quiz


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I’m ill.

A. I wish that I isn’t ill.

B. I wish that I wasn’t ill.

C. I wish that I hadn’t ill.

D. I wish that I won’t ill.


I don’t have time to read lots of books.

A. I wish that I have time to read lots of books.

B. I wish that I can time to read lots of books.

C. I wish that I could time to read lots of books.

D. I wish that I had time to read lots of books.


My laptop is broken.

A. I wish that my laptop wasn’t broken.

B. I wish that my laptop couldn’t broken.

C. I wish that my laptop can’t broken.

D. I wish that my laptop hadn’t broken.


I don’t have new shoes.

A. I wish that I will have new shoes.

B. I wish that I had new shoes.

C. I wish that I could new shoes.

D. I wish that I can have new shoes.


I can’t afford to go on holiday.

A. I wish that I could afford to go on holiday.

B. I wish that I was afford to go on holiday.

C. I wish that I had afford to go on holiday.

D. I wish that I will afford to go on holiday.


I can’t drive.

A. I wish that I will have drive.

B. I wish that I will drive.

C. I wish that I could drive.

D. I wish that I can drive.


I can’t play the piano.

A. I wish that I can play the piano.

B. I wish that I will play the piano.

C. I wish that I would play the piano.

D. I wish that I could play the piano.


It’s winter.

A. I wish that it won’t winter.

B. I wish that it isn’t winter.

C. I wish that it had winter.

D. I wish that it wasn’t winter.


I don’t have a car.

A. I wish that I have a car.

B. I wish that I will have a car.

C. I wish that I had a car.

D. I wish that I could have a car.


I’m at work.

A. I wish that I wasn’t at work.

B. I wish that I had at work

C. I wish that I won’t be at work

D. I wish that I will be at work




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