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    conditional

    I want to make a conditional sentence. I woould use the past tense right. What if they are two conditional within one sentence?

    If I were a millionaire,

    It's okay right. then following by

    If I were a millionaire, I wouldn't wouldn't be able to spend money.
    If I were a millionaire, I wouldn't wouldn't be be homeless

    Are they correct? The begin with a supposition. Me as a millionaire, then follow by another supposition being a millionaire being homeless is not possible so another conditional must be used?

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    Re: conditional

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