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    Question Clauses of condition

    I have this sentence:
    '' If Jack wanted to go on a holiday, he should start saving now."
    I think the mistake in this sentence is '' wanted'' and the way to correct it is replace '' wanted'' with ''wants''. So is this sentence conditional sentence type 1? Am I right? Please tell me if I was wrong. Thank you very much

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    Re: Clauses of condition

    Yes, you are right.
    "Invading armies have no rights." Noam Chomsky

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