Clauses of Manner

Change the sentences using the words in brackets.
He is very fit. He looks as if he (train) every day.He is very fit. He looks as if trains every day.
Tom knows nothing, but he behaves as if he (know) everything.Tom knows nothing, but he behaves as if knew everything.
She is ill. She feels as though she (have) a temperature.She is ill. She feels as though she has a temperature.
He drives his cheap car as though he (have) a Rolls Royce.He drives his cheap car as though he had a Rolls Royce.
What a nasty smell! It smells as though something (burn).What a nasty smell! It smells as though something is burning.
The clouds are dark. It looks as if it (rain) soon.The clouds are dark. It looks as if it will rain soon.
She hasn't got much money, but she looks as though she (be) rich.She hasn't got much money, but she looks as though she was rich.
She has a strong accent. She sounds as if she (be) from Spain.She has a strong accent. She sounds as if she is from Spain.
I don't think I need a coat. It looks as if it (be) warm.I don't think I need a coat. It looks as if it will be warm.
She looked at me as though she (see) a ghost.She looked at me as though she had seen a ghost.