5. If she had drunk the potion,
she would have died

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Choose the correct option:

  1. The main character..
    ..is the author of the artwork.
    ..is the character around which the artwork revolves.
    ..is any character in the artwork.
  2. Choreography..
    ..is not related to dance or cinematography.
    ..refers to proofreading a text.
    ..refers to designing sequences of movements.
  3. A stunt..
    ..does not require special skills.
    ..is often dangerous to do.
    ..can be done at home.
  4. A stanza..
    ..is a type of dance.
    ..contains verses.
    ..is found in architecture.
  5. A skyscraper..
    ..is a painting that renders the sky.
    ..is not designed by an architect.
    ..is a very tall building.
  6. Guidelines..
    ..are instructions or recommendations.
    ..are linear shapes drawn on the floor to help actors make the right moves.
    ..are people who assist the artist.
  7. A playwright..
    ..is a game played by theatre actors on stage.
    ..writes plays.
    ..writes fairy tales.
  8. Carving..
    ..is done by a poet.
    ..can be done in various materials, such as stone, marble or wood.
    ..results in a two-dimensional artwork.
  9. An abstract work of art..
    ..can be perceived in one way only.
    ..is open to interpretation.
    ..means that the artist was confused.
  10. A masterpiece..
    ..is a very well-received artwork.
    ..is a disappointing artwork.
    ..is not an artwork.

Complete the following sentences.
We will practise the Third Conditional, in its affirmative form.

  1. If the author had focused on another character, the novel a different one.
  2. The audience the play more if the actors had improvised better.
  3. If the band a more talented vocal singer, the concert tonight would have impressed me.
  4. The architect would have broken the law if he a taller skyscraper.
  5. The critic more indulgent if the artist had told the truth about his sources of inspiration.

Complete the following sentences.
We will practice the Third Conditional, in its interrogative and negative forms.
Note that we will be using contracted verb forms.

  1. If Juliet hadn't pretented to be dead, she and Romeo
  2. If Leonardo Da Vinci most of his notes using mirror writing, they would have been more accessible.
  3. If Vincent Van Gogh had sold more than one painting during his lifetime, he
  4. If Michelangelo into graveyards to steal and study corpses, he wouldn't have made such wonderful sculptures.
  5. What if Gretel hadn't pushed the witch in the oven?

Complete the following sentences.
We will practice the Third Conditional with the perfect modal could have.

  1. If I had rented a movie earlier today,
    we could have watched it now.
    we couldn't have watched it now.
    we could have gone to the cinema.

  2. If you had read the novel,
    we could have read it together.
    we could have discussed its plot.
    you couldn't have told me what it is about.

  3. If he had bought the paintings,
    he could have become a painter.
    he could have become a famous painter.
    he could have decorated his apartment.

  4. If she hadn't learned the steps,
    she could have shown them to me.
    she could have danced in the show.
    she couldn't have danced in the show.

  5. If we hadn't brought the camera,
    we could have lost it.
    we could have taken photos.
    we couldn't have taken photos.