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An independent clause that refers to a hypothetical situation contingent on another set of circumstance.

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Why did you try to replace "had missed" with "missed"? It's fine the way it already is. And as a non-native speaker of English, I would get confused if I were taught a third conditional clause this w …
answered May 13 '14 by M.N
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I came across the following conditional clause while studying a grammar book published by Oxford: "If you know London so well, you shouldn't have got so hopelessly lost." The writer of the book has …
asked May 23 '14 by M.N