- 2 Post By 5jj
I am wondering what is the difference between these two sentences:
1. It would be useful if you read this book.
2. It would be useful it you were to read this book. ( I am wondering if this is a correct English)
3. If she would study at university, her self-confidence would become better. (could I have two "would" in this type of sentence?)
4. If she were to study at university, her self-confidence would become better.
'...her self confidence would improve' sounds more natural to me.
Originally Posted by Bassim
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