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If I had known how to use third conditional

Finally we’ve arrived at the end of our study of conditional sentences this year! Congratulations for arriving here, as the path gets more complicated as we approach our destination.

A quick revision then: how do we choose the correct conditional? Easy!

  • assess if the situation we want to talk about is real / possible or unreal / imaginary.
  • assess when the situation we talk about takes place in the present, future or the past time.

So for the first time dealing with conditionals we can talk about past situations and our imagination tries to figure out a different scenario with (obviously) different consequences.

 

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