- Just to save your time, I know the difference between type 2 and 3, but I got confused about the following statement.
-If you went to bed earlier, you would not be so tired.
I was thinking that, since the speaker probably means something unreal in the past (going to bed earlier), then we should use type 3:
-If you had gone to bed earlier, you wouldn't be so tired.
Or, is it so that type 2 and 3 can be used sometimes interchangeably? If so, I still suspect there's a slight difference in the meaning; in this case, what's the difference?
- Can we say ''If you had gone to bed earlier, you wouldn't have been so tired'' instead of ''If you had gone to bed earlier, you wouldn't be so tired''?