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    conditional sentences

    Hi there!

    Is there any difference between these two :

    If Bob were to have a chance of success, he wolud need to move to london.

    If Bob had a chance of success, he wolud need to move to london.

    thanks in advance!

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    Re: conditional sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    Hi there!

    Is there any difference between these two :

    If Bob were to have a chance of success, he wolud need to move to london.

    If Bob had a chance of success, he wolud need to move to london.

    thanks in advance!
    Are you trying to say that Bob's chances of success are conditional on his moving to London? If so, try: "If Bob is to have a chance of success, he will need to move to London".

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