Is this your homework?
I need to know how you would complete this sentence:
If I had known (to know) that the film on television yesterday evening was (to be) so boring, I wouldn't have wasted (not/ waste) my time watching it.
I am interested much more in how be is conjugated.
Last edited by nouamaneer; 21-May-2015 at 11:40.
Is the information in your profile correct?
No, it is not my homework (besides, I'm a junior member which means I know the rules) and yes, all information in my profile is correct.
I needed to check with you and see if there is something wrong with the sentence. That's all.
Now, do you agree with how it has been solved? I can't justify the use of past simple in the second part of the first clause!
Last edited by nouamaneer; 21-May-2015 at 11:41.
Last edited by Matthew Wai; 21-May-2015 at 12:20.
That means you totally agree with the use of the simple past in there?
I agree, but I am not a teacher. The following is worth your reference.
I would use "would be" there.
I don't see why you find it hard to justify.