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    If conditionals

    I don't know exactly which conditional is suitable for these sentences.
    - What if it rains, would you still go for a picnic with him?
    - If Chinese restaurant isn't open, we'd go for a pizza.
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    Re: If conditionals

    If it rains, will you still go on a picnic with him?
    If it rained, would you still go on a picnic with him?

    If the Chinese restaurant isn't open, we will go for a pizza.
    If the Chinese restaurant wasn't open, we would go for a pizza.

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