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    conditional

    If I start my sentnece as follows, do I have to use cosistant conditional forms? For example,

    If I could meet anyone in history, I would like to meet XXX. I would like to ( or want to ..) ask him several questions about( or on???) how to win battles. I wan to ( or would like to ) be a good soldier like him.


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    Re: conditional

    If I start my sentence as follows, do I have to use consistent conditional forms?


    All sentences below are correct:
    If I could meet anyone in history, I would like to meet XXX.
    or
    If I could meet anyone in history, it would be XXX.

    I would ask him several questions about how to win battles.

    I would like to be a good soldier like him.
    or
    I want to be a good soldier like him.

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