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Thread: Or Else


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    Or Else

    Are these correct? If not, why? What do they mean?
    1. Lucky my employees didn't park here or else I would have to drive upstairs.
    2. Lucky my employees didn't park here or else I will have to drive upstairs.

    3. Lucky my employees don't park here or else I would have to drive upstairs.
    4. Lucky my employees don't park here or else I will have to drive upstairs.

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by jack; 18-Dec-2004 at 18:30.

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    Re: Or Else

    Quote Originally Posted by jack
    Are these correct? If not, why? What do they mean?
    1. Lucky my employees didn't park here or else I would have to drive upstairs.
    2. Lucky my employees didn't park here or else I will have to drive upstairs.

    3. Lucky my employees don't park here or else I would have to drive upstairs.
    4. Lucky my employees don't park here or else I will have to drive upstairs.

    Thanks in advance.
    I think you're missing a subject and a verb. Try,

    I am lucky my employees don't park down here on the lower level, otherwise (i.e., if they did park down here) I would have to park on the upper level.

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