2 thoughts on “Would and IF are consecutive, is WOUUURD a virtual tone?”

  1. It can be virtual, and the IF is normal at the back
    i
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    it
    nIF
    i nwe
    a
    a
    Chance.
    If giving me a chance, I will do it in a way.
    It is about assumptions
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    sleys
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    the nneighbors r
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    if
    the
    potters
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    street
    dursley family thought that if the Potters family moved to this street, they couldn't help shaking.

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    . If but
    FOR represents if
    it
    were
    not
    FOR or if
    it r
    not nbeen
    FOR This means (that is, "if it is not" and "if it is not"), it must be used with the virtual tone. Such as: But
    FOR
    his
    Pension,
    he
    would
    starve.
    , if he had a pension, he was hungry. But
    FOR
    the
    storm,
    we
    should
    have
    arrived
    earlier.
    arrive. But
    FOR
    your
    help
    we
    couldn'thave
    succeeded
    in
    .
    Our experiments will not be successful. If But
    FOR does not indicate if
    it
    were
    not
    FOR or if
    it nhad
    not r
    FOR Instead, it constitutes not
    FOR… But
    FOR ... or the But is just an ordinary turning conjunction, and then the later is only an ordinary preposition. At this time Essence Such as: I'm
    ot
    afraid
    FOR
    ME,
    But
    FOR nthe
    baby. N Worried about the baby. We
    don'T
    usually
    accept
    checks,
    But
    FOR r
    we'll nmake r
    exceptionion .
    Is we usually accept checks, but we can make an exception for you. The
    sale
    WAS
    supposed
    to
    last
    a na
    week, r
    FOR nall npractical
    PurPoses
    it's
    over.
    The sales reduction sales were originally expected to last a week, but it is actually over now.
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