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    #1

    had/have gone

    If the tourists had gone to Canada earlier, they would have been able to experience a brilliant summer.

    Can I use 'have gone', instead of had gone?

    Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: had/have gone

    No. That would put the 'going' and the 'experiencing' in the same time frame. The tourists need to go to Canada before they can experience the brilliant summer.

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