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    II and III Conditional in one sentence

    Nobody would vote today if people had better memory and had taken seriously what they were promised a few years ago.

    Is this sentence correct? I feel as if it were not very natural.

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    Re: II and III Conditional in one sentence

    The mixed conditional is fine. I'd use 'memories' in place of 'memory'.

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