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    conditional

    Which is correct:
    1-If I hadn't been injured yesterday, I would have come with you tomorrow.
    2-If I hadn't been injured yesterday, I would come with you tomorrow.

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    Re: conditional

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan
    Which is correct:
    1-If I hadn't been injured yesterday, I would have come with you tomorrow.
    2-If I hadn't been injured yesterday, I would come with you tomorrow.
    Hello navi tasan,

    the first one is correct


    Kind regards,
    Dany

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    Re: conditional

    The second one is alright as it is a mix conditional. Things that happened in the past influence what happens in the future.

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