1) She said that she liked to go to different places.
2) He says that he is going to visit London next week.
3) I said that I had never been to Greece.
4) The boy asked me to give him some more sweets.
5) He asked me where I came from.
6) The teacher told the children not to make noise.
7) My friend said that he had visited San –Francisco the previous year.
8) Tom asked Jane where she was going.
9) Jane answered she was going to the theatre.
10) The teacher always asks who is absent.
If I were you, I wouldn’t say what you said yesterday. the second conditional
If Jane knew that Tim didn’t have much money at him, she wouldn’t allow him to pick up the tab. the second conditional
You are so lazy, my friend! If you don’t work hard, you ‘ll fail at the exams in June. the first conditional
If she waited for somebody, she wouldn’t wear the bathrobe’, said policeman about the murdered woman. the second conditional
Calm down! If you are not so excited, it will be easier for us to help you. the first conditional
Look, if you stopped eating cakes and sweets when the doctor told you, you would have less problems with your weight and health now. the second conditional
Ben would enjoy the main course if he didn’t eat all the appetizers before it was served. the second conditional
If you aren’t tired we can go to the wine bar, but you look exhausted so we are going home. the first conditional
If there is a fixed price menu, we'll have to eat what they offer. the first conditional
Many years ago, in his childhood if Ken saw a platter of sweets , he didn't stop eating till there was nothing left. real conditional