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    Unless

    Are the following sentences are correct? What is the difference between the first 2 sentences?

    Unless I repaired my car, I was unable to go to Kabul.
    Unless I had repaired my car, I was unable to go to Kabul.
    Unless I have repaired my car, I will not be able to go to Kabul.

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    Re: Unless

    Neither of the first two is very natural. If you did not repair your car, you are unlikely to use 'unless'. If you did repair your car, you are more likely to use 'until'.

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