English Grammar Index
Conditional Clauses : TYPE - 4
The type is used to refer to states and actions that are unlikely to happen or are unreal, In this type, the verb in the conditional clause is in the Simple past and the main clause uses WOULD with infinitive without TO.
If I were rich, I would travel round the world.
If I were a lion, I would live in a forest.
If he ran fast, he would get there in time.
If you had wings, you would fly.
If I dropped my watch, it would break.
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