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Old May 10, 2010, 08:00 AM
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Originally Posted by superblondieno1 View Post
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?

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Then these are both ways I would use. You pick the one that you want.

Si preparas la comida a/con tiempo, cenarķamos/comerķamos juntos.

Si prepararas la comida a/con tiempo, cenarķamos/comerķamos juntos.
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