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    #1

    Had that been vs It that had been

    "Had it been a real deal, he would be out of the class."

    OR

    "If it had been a real deal, he would be out of the class"

    Are these grammar constructios interchangeable? Which one is more frequently used?

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    #2

    Re: Had that been vs It that had been

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "Had it been a real deal, he would be out of the class."

    OR

    "If it had been a real deal, he would be out of the class"

    Are these grammar constructios interchangeable? Which one is more frequently used?
    Yes they mean the same. The second is more commmon.

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