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    a grammar teacher

    I don't like noise, so I'm not enjoying this place.
    I want to make a conditional sentence type two.
    Is this one correct?
    If I liked noise, I were enjoying this place.
    Or only
    If I liked noise, I would enjoy this place
    is correct?

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    Re: a grammar teacher

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    I don't like noise, so I'm not enjoying this place.
    I want to make a conditional sentence type two.
    Is this one correct?
    If I liked noise, I would be enjoying this place.

    If I liked noise, I would enjoy this place


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