Imagining the possible

IB English B: Imagining the possible

This type of conditional is important for indicating precisely that what you say is "possible but hypothetical". There is an important difference between saying ... "If all school exams are abolished, students will not work as hard."... and ..."If all school exams were abolished, students would not work as hard."The significance is to distinguish between stating clear, necessary consequences of a definite situation,...

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