Great way to avoid the imperfect subjunctive etc.

TALKB2Kwiziq community member

Great way to avoid the imperfect subjunctive etc.

Great structure to know!  Check your English translations, however, as they don't fit the correct grammar patterns:

1.  If PRESENT, then FUTURE

2.  If IMPERFECT, then CONDITIONAL

3.  Your "If PLUPERFECT, then CONDITIONAL PERFECT" examples are correct.

Asked 2 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Talk,

gracias. We checked the English translations and some of them have been slightly changed.

Un saludo,

Inma

Great way to avoid the imperfect subjunctive etc.

Great structure to know!  Check your English translations, however, as they don't fit the correct grammar patterns:

1.  If PRESENT, then FUTURE

2.  If IMPERFECT, then CONDITIONAL

3.  Your "If PLUPERFECT, then CONDITIONAL PERFECT" examples are correct.

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