Re: A conditional where the condition is set in the future while the rest is present?
The answer to that is 'No'.
Originally Posted by cubezero3
The situation you have presented is so complex that I cannot imagine that any native speaker would attempt to describe it in one conditional sentence. If s/he did, listeners who knew the full context would probably understand it, but it would probably defy normal analysis.
I once concocted a perfectly possible context in which 'We did it tomorrow last year" was a natural, correct and acceptable utterance, but you won't find it in most grammars. Most grammarians find it difficult enough to deal with normal situations; they don't have the time, energy or desire to consider what native speakers might say if they were confronted with strange situations.
A digression: As someone who has been interested in Comsky's thoughts on grammar for for over forty years, I have been wryly amused at the contortions of some of his followers who have claimed in some of their writings (I can't cite them, because I threw them away) that the reason utterance X is not possible in English is because it cannot be generated by Chomskyan rules. The only problem with that is that, for most native speakers, utterance X is possible.
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