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Past Unreal Conditional Sentences

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Xi Almanza

on 29 March 2014

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Transcript of Past Unreal Conditional Sentences

Interests
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If we had lived one hundred years ago, we would have dressed differently.
Examples
1. We use the past Unreal to talk about what might have been the result if things had been different in the past.
Past Unreal Conditional Sentences
If
he
had not driven
so fast, he
would have passed
the driven test.
If
she
had been
here, she
might have gotten
the job.
Function
IF CLAUSE
MAIN CLAUSE
If
Subject
Subject
Past Perfect
Would/Could/ Might + Have + Past Participle

When the If clause comes before the main clause (result clause), a comma separates the clauses.
When the If clause comes after the main clause, no comma separates the clauses.
PUNCTUATION
If we had known the movie was long
,
we would have gotten some popcorn.
We would have gotten some popcorn if we had known the movie was long.
If

he

had not eaten

too

much, i
would not have had

a stomachache.

If

he

had died

young, he

would not have

had

children.
2. We can use Would/Might/Could in the Main Clause.
Would have + Past Participle
If we think the past action was certain.
Might have + Past Participle
If we think the past action was possible.
Could have + Past Participle

To say that someone would have been able to do something in the past.
You
would have got
wet If it had rained.
If you had been here early, you
might have seen
the film.
She
could have married
him if she had wanted to.
Raquel Aguilar -- Xinia Almanza -- Carlos Barahona -- Jason Gutierrez
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