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    Mixed conditionals

    Can 1 and 2nd conditionals be mixed. S such sentence proper ? :
    If she was sleeping all day, she will feel better now?

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    Re: Mixed conditionals

    Some grammarians donít think itís advisable or correct to mix Type I & II. Mixing Type II & III is permitted. Your sentence doesnít sound quite right to me. Please rephrase it and letís see.

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    Re: Mixed conditionals

    Of course, there are many types of mixed conditional sentences, for instance: ENGLISH PAGE - Mixed Conditionals However, your sentence does not seem to be correct grammatically.

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