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Conditional ("if") sentences normally have two parts.
One part shows a result and the other shows a condition
on which the result depends. The condition is normally
preceded by if. In "He'd have gotten angry if he hadn't
gotten what he wanted," the result is "he'd have gotten
angry" and the condition (introduced by "if") is "he hadn't
gotten what he wanted."
There are two main types of conditional sentences: real
and unreal. Real conditional sentences refer vĩ đại situations
that are either true or possible. Unreal conditionals refer
to situations that are untrue, impossible or hypothetical;
conditional sentences of this type are often described as
being contrary vĩ đại fact.
Let's take another look at unreal conditionals.
There are several types of unreal conditional sentences.
The second type of unreal conditional is used for past