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    could\were\would

    They're all second conditional, so use the past or past modals because they are all imaginary situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    could\were\would

    They're all second conditional, so use the past or past modals because they are all imaginary situations.
    Geeeee...I kinda got it now! How thick-witted I've been! Thanks soooooo much for helping again, teacher Tdol! ^o^

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