Sorry if my question sounds dumb here. I am not a English speaker and now I am trying to learn and improve my English. Suppose following scenario occurs:
Person A has done something wrong in past and Person B is suffering in present due to the fault of A. Now person B wants to tell that what A did was wrong and instead of doing wrong, if he did something else, he should have done right.
So is it correct to use the following structure if B is telling to A (actually I have tried this)?
You had done wrong; instead of doing this,if you would have done that, this might would have been right.
I am confused with the italicized parts. Is this structure correct grammatically? I suspect it is not, then what should be the right format?