Poll: Only the 3rd conditional refers to past time.
Only the 3rd conditional refers to past time.
The second creeps into the third sometimes.
If we aren't sure about the past event, we use a structure like the second conditional, but don't use 'were' for the first and third person singular:
If there was a security breach last night, it would be a serious problem.
(We don't know for sure whether there was a breach)
If we went there, we would always eat the curry. (whenever/if the occasion arose)
why is i that so many answerd true when its unbelievable??????????