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Conditional 3 – The THIRD Conditional

The third conditional is used to talk about hypothetical or unreal situations in the past and their hypothetical results.
(if clause in past perfect, main clause in would have + past participle)

The Third Conditional

The third conditional is used to talk about hypothetical or unreal situations in the past and their hypothetical results.  (if clause in past perfect, main clause in would have + past participle).

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If she had known about the party, she ___.

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If I had studied harder, I ___ the exam.

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If they had left earlier, they ___ the train.

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If we had booked in advance, we ___ a better hotel.

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If he had listened to the advice, he ___ in trouble.

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If she had studied abroad, she ___ fluent in French.

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If I had known you were coming, I ___ dinner.

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If they had invited us, we ___ to the party.

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If he had taken the job offer, he ___ happier.

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If we had arrived on time, we ___ the opening ceremony.

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If you had followed the recipe, the cake ___ better.

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If it hadn't rained, we ___ a picnic in the park.

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