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    #1

    Conditional

    I'd like to ask If the sentences are correct and which I should use.

    If only you weren't too far from our place, you could go round here so we can catch up.

    or

    If you aren't too far from our place you can go round here...


    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: Conditional

    Change go to come and they are both correct, though they don't have the same meaning.

    Rover

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    Re: Conditional

    Rover, thanks a lot.

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