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If it _______________ tomorrow, I __________ at home.
A. is/ will stay B. was / would stay C. is / stay D. will be /stay
The test maker here made a mistake in his sentence: The sentence should be read: "If it _________ nice tomorrow, I ...."
The testmaker's option is "A. is/will stay"
What I want to ask is that is there a possibility that the candidates will choose B. was/ would stay" because of the testmaker's mistake?
I myself think that "B" is impossible here because we can only use if type 2 if we rewrite the question like this : "If today _________ tomorrow,...."
Thanks in advance!
'No answer makes sense' - without some [ahem] context (to explain what 'it' is - if the conversation is about the timing of a social function, for example: 'If it is/was/were tomorrow I [would/will stay]/[am/will be staying] at home. But if it's next week. I'll be there.'
Is it fine if I put it in this way " If it _________ yesterday, I__________at home."? Then option B "was/would stay" will fit.
I have an example: If it ___WILL HAPPEN___tomorrow, I____STAY_____at home.
Go back to it origin: If it ___WILL BE___tomorrow, I __STAY__at home.
Are they fine?