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If he would have read “The White Birds,” he might have liked William B

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If he would have read “The White Birds,” he might have liked William Butler Yeats’ poetry.

A. would have read
B. could have read
C. would of read
D. could of read
E. had read

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New post 03 Aug 2019, 13:10
Couldnot understand the elimination of Would: Option A :
as there is might in 2nd sentence, wouldn't , a would be essential , as 2 sentence are asking about possibilities,
If X would have happened , then Might be Y has happened
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Couldnot understand the elimination of Would: Option A :
as there is might in 2nd sentence, wouldn't , a would be essential , as 2 sentence are asking about possibilities,
If X would have happened , then Might be Y has happened


We use the past perfect to talk about something which did not happen in the past:

If you had seen him, you could have spoken to him.
(= You did not see him so you could not speak to him.)
You could have stayed with us if you had come to London.
(= You could not stay with us because you did not come to London.)
If we hadn't spent all our money, we could take a holiday.
(= We have spent all our money so we cannot take a holiday.)
If I had got the job, we would be living in Paris.
(= I did not get the job, so we are not living in Paris.)

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