might have gone
could have gone
You use even if to emphasize if, or to express a contrast or to give some surprising information. Compare:
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Write the correct past participle form of these verbs!
If it _____, we _____ for a walk.
I didn’t know you were coming. If you _____ us, we _____ you some food!
That sounds so difficult! I _____ you if I _____ there.
Fill in the gaps! (not stay)
I even he’d asked.
Order the words!
Order the words again!
Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the verbs! (call, might come)
If you us, we last week.
I have always hated cheating. Even if I _____ the answer, I _____ them.
Fill in the gaps! (not do, not learn)
I’m so happy I did this course. If I Josh’s course, I the conditionals!