Which of the following sentences is correct?
-If she doesn't come, will you be annoyed?
-If she doesn't come, would you be annoyed?
According to ESL Quezes' answers it the latter which is correct. But my questin is, is the first sentence wrong? Could anyone be of help?
I would say: "Would you be annoyed if she weren't to come?".
Great many thank for your explanation, it gives me a lot of food for thought. But then again, I wonder why they consider the other sentence to be wrong.
We understand it is possible for her to come.
A second option is : Would you be annoyed, if she didn't come?
Hypothetical Conditional using a Present Conditional Mode. A hypothetical mode is unsure we are only supposing that ...
Lower you might see a quote saying ... if she weren't to come.
To me this is wrong because the verb to be can't be used in situations like thses with other regular or irregular verbs.
So , use the auxiliary didn't in this case.
Hope this helps you!