I don’t get high scores in English tests. I will be very annoyed.
I’m very annoyed because I don’t get high scores in the tests.
It’s the score in last English test that makes me very annoying.
I’ll be very annoying unless I get good marks in English tests.
I will be very annoyed for getting high scores in many tests.
Knowledge: Conditional sentences type 1
Conditional sentences of type 1 describe hypothetical things that are likely to happen in the present or in the future.
Structure: If + S + don’t/ doesn’t + V, S + will/ can + V
= Unless + S + V(s/es), S + will/ can + V: If…no…then…
I didn’t get good marks in the English tests. I will be very sad.
= C. I will be very sad if I don’t get good marks in the English exams.
The options A, B, D are wrong in meaning.
A. I’m very sad because I didn’t get good marks on the tests.
B. The score on the final English exam bothers me.
D. I would be very upset when I get high scores on many tests.
The answer to choose is: