- For Teachers
Does this sentence sound natural for native speaker
which auxiliary verb is the most suitable ?
If you study hard, you will/ could/would/might pass
would you mind telling the difference for real situation and unreal situation ?
Unreal: If I studied hard, I would pass the exam/course.
Unreal in the past: If I had studied hard, I would have passed the exam/course.
Can I say for real situation ?
If you study hard, you might pass
If you study hard, you could
The other 3 can be used for a "real" situation.