I wish and if only
There are three distinct types of I wish / if only sentences:
1 Regrets with the PAST PERFECT (the third conditional)
I wish I hadn’t got so angry.
2 Wanting change for the present or future with the PAST SIMPLE
I wish I had enough money to go to Mozambique this
3 Complaints with WOULD +INFINITIVE
I wish you wouldn’t arrive so late all the time.
You can find some quick exercises here:
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An interesting listening on tourism with different speakers (multiple matching).
You can also find it here: https://engexam.info/cae-listening-practice-tests-printfriendly/cae-listening-practice-test-4-printfriendly/2/ (part 4)
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Omission of if with inversion: some theory and practice can be found in grammar quizzes (scroll down for the practice) and english zone.
There are some alternatives to IF (as long as, provided (that), providing, even if, unless) plus some theory.
Mixed conditionals: oup, english page (theory and practice)
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