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    Dear All,

    Please let me know if the following sentence is correct:

    If I had gone to the market, I would have a new dress

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    Yes,

    As far as I can see it is a correct example of Second Conditional

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    Re: Market

    If I went to the market, I would have (better- buy)... is second conditional.

    If I had gone to the market I would have had/bought... is third conditional,

    If I had gone to the market, I would have ...is generally referred to as 'mixed conditional'.


    All are good, natural English.

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    Re: Market

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    If I went to the market, I would have (better- buy)... is second conditional.

    If I had gone to the market I would have had/bought... is third conditional,

    If I had gone to the market, I would have ...is generally referred to as 'mixed conditional'.


    All are good, natural English.

    Oops, you're right!

    A silly mistake

    Thank you

    Greetings,

    Charleideut

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliedeut View Post
    A silly mistake
    I've made worse!

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