Is this sentence correct?

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1. The umpires stated that if her teammates or coaches assist her, she will be declared out.

2. The umpires stated that if her teammates or coaches assist her, she would be declared out.

3. The umpires stated that if her teammates or coaches assisted her, she would be declared out.

 

her teammates didn't help her actually. the situation above is just the assumption... 

 

which one is correct? or tell me any other correct sentence.

asked Apr 20 '13 at 01:27 Jo-Dawit New member

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1.UNREAL  1-1.(Future and Present tense --- If Ved, Would V )  ex: If her teammates or coaches assisted her, she would be declared out.   1-2. (Past tense --- If Had Vpp, Would Have Vpp) ex: If her teammates or coaches had assisted her, she would have been declared out.    2.REAL  2-1.(Future and Present tense --- If V, V.   or   If V, Will V.) ex: If her teammates or coaches assist her, she will be declared out.   2-2. (Past tense --- If Ved, Ved) ex: If her teammates or coaches assisted her, she was declared out.

link comment answered Apr 20 '13 at 20:49 smallstar911 New member

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