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Had the Mumbai blast been investigated properly, the Kolkata blast could have been avoided.
Had the Mumbai blast been investigated properly, the Kolkata blast would have been avoided.
Are both the above sentences correct and convey the same meaning? I would like to understand how to used could/would for above sentences
Last edited by Rover_KE; 12-Apr-2015 at 08:59.
Last edited by Tdol; 12-Apr-2015 at 13:31. Reason: used ->use
Just to understand further why "for the above sentences" is incorrect
Prepositions are determined by custom rather than reason. We say in the above sentences because everybody else does.
People say 'in the sentence/paragraph/passage/chapter/section/book/article/post/title/verse/poem/essay/newspaper/magazine/journal'.
Is it correct? Not a teacher.