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Unreal / Real Conditional Clarifications

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New post 10 Nov 2015, 14:54
browsing the web and found this website for explaining conditionals;
I dont know why Real conditionals in the gmat club grammar book does not have "Past, Present" or other verb forms because this one seems to have them:

grammar-quizzes () com/10-1.html

then again, some of the information on the site just looks wrong... Can anyone provide more clarity into this topic?
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Re: Unreal / Real Conditional Clarifications [#permalink]

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New post 10 Nov 2015, 21:24
Lazybum wrote:
browsing the web and found this website for explaining conditionals;
I dont know why Real conditionals in the gmat club grammar book does not have "Past, Present" or other verb forms because this one seems to have them:

grammar-quizzes () com/10-1.html

then again, some of the information on the site just looks wrong... Can anyone provide more clarity into this topic?


Hi,

Can you post the sentence in contention here.
This would help me explain the situation in a better way.
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OptimusPrepJanielle wrote:
Lazybum wrote:
browsing the web and found this website for explaining conditionals;
I dont know why Real conditionals in the gmat club grammar book does not have "Past, Present" or other verb forms because this one seems to have them:

grammar-quizzes () com/10-1.html

then again, some of the information on the site just looks wrong... Can anyone provide more clarity into this topic?


Hi,

Can you post the sentence in contention here.
This would help me explain the situation in a better way.


Likely Conditional: Past Tense

If he had time, Jack mowed the grass.
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Re: Unreal / Real Conditional Clarifications [#permalink]

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New post 24 May 2017, 01:53
Hi, In conditionals When the "then clause" is showing some facts, I believe that we need to use the same tense as if clause(i.e. Either simple past in both or Simple present in both.). For Example,
If you see joy jogging in park, The time is around 5 30 am.
This i suppose is correct and it states the habitual action of joy jogging in the park only around 5 30 AM.

please correct me if i am wrong
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