Conditional sentences: lmaginary situations

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1. lmaginary situations

1.1. Meaning, we can use (were) with all pronouns, whether singular or plural, because this is fiction.

1.2. Fiction can be used even if the subject is singular

1.3. And (would) become (wouldn't).

2. You can use conditional sentences to talk about fictitious or hypothetical situations in the present moment

3. Abbreviation would

3.1. He'd =he would

3.1.1. How did you distinguish between the sentence - Had - and - Would Because they are all the same abbreviation First, (had) followed by the verb, then the third conjugation - - As for (would), then the verb comes in its original infinitive - - • It means if it comes after (he'd) the verb in the third conjugation means (he had). - But if the verb comes after (he'd) in its infinitive it means (he would).

4. We use the simple past with (if) and use (would) with the result

4.1. ex:

4.1.1. If they built a new highway, the farmers would protest - {Here we conjugate the verb directly either by adding the (ed) if it accepts it or by converting it like here (built) it is the past of (build)} Or (was) or (were) if it was singular (was) and if it was plural (were). Then we get the result, we use (would) and the verb after (would) is in its true infinitive.