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Conditional sentences type II

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What is the second conditional?

The second conditional, also type-II if-clause or the unreal conditional, talks about an unlikely or imaginary condition and its result. It imagines that the present is different to how it really is.
Example:
If I had a million pounds, I would buy a beautiful house on the coast.

Typical situations where we use second conditional if-clauses include:
giving advice, asking hypothetical questions, imagining life as different, making excuses.

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