Type 3 Conditional | Alternate Forms
Modals in result clauses
Could have, might have, should have etc., can be used in place of would have.
- If he had known, he could have helped
- You might have finished the assignment on time, if
you had planned more carefully.
- If you hadn't prepared, you should have told the professor.
But for replaces if not and is followed by a noun. It is usually used in formal speech.
- But for our savings, we wouldn't have been able to make the
Sections in this articleIntroduction To If Clauses
The Zero Conditional
The Type One Conditional
Type One Conditional- Alternate Forms
The Type Two Conditional
Type Two Conditional- Alternate Forms
The Type Three Conditional
Type Three Conditional-Alternate Forms
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