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Forum: Grammar May 10, 2010, 06:47 AM
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Posted By superblondieno1
Rusty: I want to say definitively that if...

Rusty:

I want to say definitively that if you would prepare the food on time, we would eat with you. So do I use the imperfect subjunctive, since it's more of a definite thing?

Thanks
Forum: Grammar May 09, 2010, 05:37 PM
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Posted By superblondieno1
Si __ a tiempo + condicional

Es correcto decir:

Si prepares la comida a tiempo, pasaríamos a comer contigo.

?

Mi unica duda es en congujar preparar en el subjuntivo...hay otro modo o tiempo que sería mejor?

Gracias
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