Conditional types

Conditional types.

We use were for I, you, she, he, we, they e.g. If I were you, I wouldn’t buy such an expensive dress. If she were you, she would do the same.

(šalutinis sąlygos sakinys) , (pagrindinis sakinys) If + past perfect , would+ perfect inf. (have + past partic.) (V.3 form) e.g. If I had had enough time, I would have done my writing task much better.

Wish + Past Simple refers present situation that we regret e.g. I wish I was at home now.( but I am not).

Wish + Past Perfect refers past situation that we regret e.g. I wish I had done my writing task better. ( but I didn’t).

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Conditional types. (December 8, 2017). Reviewed on 19:40, April 11 2021