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    mohammad Guest

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    Hello

    Dear teacher

    what is difference in the sense meaning between these two sentences?

    I would be angry if you hadn't called me as soon as you arrived in town.

    I would have been angry if you hadn't called me as soon as you arrived in town.


    Best wishes.

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    Default Re: meaning

    Try,

    I would be angry [right now] if you hadn't called me as soon as you arrived in town.

    I would have been angry [at the time] if you hadn't called me as soon as you arrived in town.

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