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    Red face Unidentified mixed conditional

    Answer Sheet: Mixed conditionals 2 https://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/answers.php?id=226

    Q11 answer is: Were you to see her, what would you ask her?

    Please identify with which defined set of conditionals the above example complies and explain why.

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    Re: Unidentified mixed conditional

    It's nothing more than a second `conditional with the inverted 'were you to' in place of 'if you were'.


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    Re: Unidentified mixed conditional

    Of course! Thank you Tdol.

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