Put the verb into the correct form.
It’s good that you reminded me about Ann’s birthday. I’d have forgotten if *** (you/not/remind) me.
you hadn’t reminded
I didn’t know you were in hospital. If I’d known, I would have gone (go) to visit you.
Ken got to the station in time to catch his train. If he had missed (miss) it he’d have been late for his interview.
It’s good that you reminded me about Ann’s birthday. I’d have forgotten if you hadn’t reminded (not/remind; short form) me.
Unfortunately, I didn’t have my address book with me when I was in New York. If I had had (have) your address, I’d have sent you a postcard.
A: How was your holiday? Did you have a nice time? B: It was OK, but we’d have enjoyed it more if the weather had been (be) better.
I took a taxi to the hotel but the traffic was very bad. It would have been (be) quicker if I’d walked.
I’m not tired. If I were (be) tired, I’d go home now. (w̶a̶s̶)
I wasn’t tired last night. If I had been (be) tired, I would have gone home earlier.