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# In the GMAT Club Grammar Book, on page 125 in the

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18 May 2011, 09:46
In the GMAT Club Grammar Book, on page 125 in the conditional sentences section,
Exercise 31: Using Real and Unreal Conditions
Sentence 2:

You could ___________ (move) in today if they offer the place to you.

The answer for this as give is "Move" which I also thought is right. But when I checked the sentence with the formulas in the chapter, it does not match any of those.

Sentence 8:
If I can go to th concert, I _________(call) you later.

Here the sentence matches the following form perfectly:

if + subject + simple present tense ... + [will/can/may/must] + verb in simple form.

so the answer to this must be "will call" while the answer given is "call".
Can anyone tell me, what I am doing wrong here?
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