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    tenses in conditional sentence type I

    Are the tenses in the following conditional sentence correct?

    "If this is done, we will really have created a new kind of media."

    Thank you!

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    Re: tenses in conditional sentence type I

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Are the tenses in the following conditional sentence correct?

    "If this is done, we will really have created a new kind of media."

    Thank you!
    Yes, they are.
    Conditional 1 is normally exemplified by a second clause in the simple future, but your use of the future perfect is a correct structure.

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