Each of these conditional sentences is incorrect. What should be the correct one?

Click the sentence for the answer.

1. If only she warned him in time, his life might have been saved.

1. If only she had warned him in time, his life might have been saved.

2. If the dog had been chained, it had not bitten the salesman.

2. If the dog had been chained, it would not have bitten the salesman.

3. If the tyre/tire was not punctured, they could have arrived earlier.

3. If the tyre/tire had not punctured, they could have arrived earlier.

4. If he had an account in the bank, he can deposit the cheque.

4. If he had an account in the bank, he could deposit the cheque.

5. If the rescuers hadn't been quick enough, the girl would drown.

5. If the rescuers hadn't been quick enough, the girl would have drowned.

6. If she had not stopped talking, she will have to leave the library.

6. If she had not stopped talking, she would have to leave the library.

7. If I have found the keys, I would have given them to you.

7. If I had found the keys, I would have given them to you.

8. If you have eaten less and exercised more, you will have lost some weight.

8. If you had eaten less and exercised more, you would have lost some weight.

9. If he fallen from the tree, he would broken his neck.

9. If he had fallen from the tree, he would have broken his neck.

10. If I cook more, I would invited your friends for lunch.

10. If I had cooked more, I would have invited your friends for lunch.