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Old October 09, 2009, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Tomisimo View Post
These are just two different ways of saying the same thing:

Had I known...
If I had known...

Again, these are very similar, but there are slight nuances of meaning here:

If anyone should happen to see us... (Si por pura casualidad alguien nos viese)
If anyone were to see us... (Si alguien nos viera) (si alguien fuera a vernos)
If anyone saw us... (Si alguien nos viera)
If anyone happens to see us... (Si alguien nos ve) (si pasa que alguien nos ve)

Sorry I don't have any more explanations.

By the way, what are type I, II, and III conditional sentences?
You always give good explanations, however, I think I made my corrections the way think they are correct.
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