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Decide whether these statements express a "wish" or a "regret":
I wish I could fly.
If only she had seen the doctor earlier. He could have saved her.
If only I traveled to New York.
I wish I were a doctor.
Choose the correct answer:
Alice didn't get a good grade. She wishes she (work)
Tom likes football very much. He wishes he (become)
a professional football player.
He was running very fast when he had a heart attack. If only he (not/run)
She's keen on computers. She wishes she (study)
computer science next school year.
I am sorry I don’t know how to use the computer. If only I (know)
how to use it.
I stayed late at work and missed the last bus. I wish I (stay)
did not stay
had not stayed
at work late
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