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    Second Conditional.

    I wrote a sentence in second conditional but I am not sure about it.Can you please tell me if the following sentence correct or not?

    If I were an angry customer I would think about how I want a salesman to behave(act) me.

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    Re: Second Conditional.

    Say:

    If I were an angry customer I would think about how I want a salesman to behave toward me.

    or

    If I were an angry customer I would think about how I want a salesman to act toward me.

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