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# If the reporter would have known the landlords side of the

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Manager
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If the reporter would have known the landlords side of the [#permalink]

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19 Jun 2009, 13:36
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If the reporter would have known the landlord’s side of the story, she would not have written an article so favorable to the 81-year-old tenant.

(A) would have known the landlord’s side of the story, she would not have written
(B) would of known the landlord’s side of the story, she would not of written
(C) had known the landlord’s side of the story, she would not have written
(D) had known the landlord’s side of the story, she would not have wrote
(E) knew the landlord’s side of the story, she would not have written

Thinking of both (C) and (E)..can anyone explain which one is right ?
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19 Jun 2009, 16:46
IMO C
Use of Part Perfect tense....
One action is clearly after the other
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19 Jun 2009, 22:39
C
third conditional: if + past perfect ... would have + past participle
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20 Jun 2009, 02:15
Natia wrote:
C
third conditional: if + past perfect ... would have + past participle

I agree with Natia.
1. if + simple past .......would/could + simple verb form ... hence not E
2. if + past perfect ... would have + past participle ..... hence C
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21 Jun 2009, 11:48
I'll choose E here...I will not use past perfect for subjunctive cases...Let us know the OA...
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Re: Reportter   [#permalink] 21 Jun 2009, 11:48
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