Change into the facts.
1. If only you had been very smart, you could have done it well.
2. You considered as if it had been clarified well.
3. I would rather you did it strictly.
4. You think the rise of the budget is usual. As though you were the have facing the problems.
5. You saw that many people ignoring the rules of the traffic. I wished they had been very aware of the rules of the country.

Dear Student,
There are grammatical errors in some questions.
  1. You would have done it well if you were smart.
  2. Assuming it was clarified you did it.
  3. You should have been strict.
  4. The rise of budgets seems usual.
  5. Everyone should be aware about the traffic rules of the country.

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