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How do we use Conditional II in English?



 
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How do we use Conditional II in English? #1 (permalink) Thu Nov 24, 2005 3:47 am   How do we use Conditional II in English?
 

Test No. incompl/elem-11 "Conditionals", question 6

I will try very hard to come and have dinner at your house if I ......... able to.

(a) am
(b) was
(c) were

Test No. incompl/elem-11 "Conditionals", answer 6

I will try very hard to come and have dinner at your house if I am able to.

Correct answer: (a) am

Your answer was: incorrect
I will try very hard to come and have dinner at your house if I were able to.
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This is a matter of "main clause (future tense) and if clause (present tense), isn't it?
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Conditionals #2 (permalink) Thu Nov 24, 2005 8:05 am   Conditionals
 

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Yes, it is.

I will come if I can.
If he goes, I will go too.


vs

I would come if I could.
If he went, I would go too.

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How do we use Conditional II in English? #3 (permalink) Tue Jun 30, 2009 20:16 pm   How do we use Conditional II in English?
 

ohh someone please tell me, where all We use the " I were "?
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How do we use Conditional II in English? #4 (permalink) Tue Jun 30, 2009 23:47 pm   How do we use Conditional II in English?
 

Use 'if I were' in conditional sentences ('If I were king, I would knight you') and other structures calling for the subjunctive ('Oh, that I were King!').
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