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    would have felt???

    The film was an overwhelming success with fans and critic. Any other, in a similar situation, would have felt fully satisfied and persuaded that nothing could (ever) destroy what he had built.

    Could you help me with this sentence and, most of all, with the verb's tense??? Thanks


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    Re: would have felt???

    Quote Originally Posted by minnie2007 View Post
    The film was an overwhelming success with fans and critic. Any other, in a similar situation, would have felt fully satisfied and persuaded that nothing could (ever) destroy what he had built.

    Could you help me with this sentence and, most of all, with the verb's tense??? Thanks
    Anyone else or Any other person rather than Any other

    Maybe convinced rather than persuaded (though this can be used)

    The tense is fine.

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    Re: would have felt???

    Why don't we use "would feel" instead?

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