Conditionals 2 & 3 Explained

Conditional 2 / Second Conditional The second conditional is also known as the “unreal present and future conditional”. We use it to speak about situations in the present and future which have a low to zero possibility of happening. With the second conditional, you can talk about imaginary situations and share opinions by saying what you would do in a particular […]

via Conditionals 2 & 3 Explained — English Adviser

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