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    good day!

    yesterday,i tried answering an exercise on conditionals.
    one number confused me a lot.

    If she gets the job she's applied for, she would be delighted.
    i assume she's got a good chance of getting it.

    i understand that if we talk of real possibilities, we use if+s.present, present and if+past, past.
    why was it possible to use the simple pst of will.
    thank you!

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    Re: conditionals

    It looks like a mistake to me- where did you see it?

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