1.vosotros habríais vivido en California antes de mudaros a irlanda(conditional perfect)
2.vosotros habréis vivido en California antes de mudaros a irlanda(future perfect)
Are these two sentences correct and can the conditional perfect and future perfect be used interchangeably.
Nobody has answered your question after two years; so I'm going to comment. In statement (1), Vosotros habrías vivido...is suggestive of a past action; whereas vosotros habréis is dealing with a future action Example: At the end of this year, I will have lived in California for two years, and then I will move to Ireland. Generally, the conditional perfect tense is used in "if...then" sentences like the first example in the lesson. If I had known it before, I would have worked late on that day.
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