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comment “Would have had to have been” vs “would have had to be” for past event conditions
Thanks Mr. Wiz! I wanted to upvote your answer, but I haven't enough reputation.
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comment “Would have had to have been” vs “would have had to be” for past event conditions
So, in a technical sense, both are considered proper English? Good to know! :) Much thanks, Barrie! I appreciate the reference, too.
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