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If John went dancing last night, he will not come home. 

If John had gone dancing last night, he might come home late.

 

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asked Aug 10 '13 at 02:58 ducdang123 Contributor

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ducdang123Aug 10 '13 at 03:25

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If John went dancing last night, he would not come home. (Past condition)

If John went dancing last night, he might come home late.

link comment answered Aug 10 '13 at 04:48 Rahul Gupta Expert
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Rahul is missing the word "have" in  both sentences.  If John went dancing last night, he would not have come home last night, or he might have come home late. 

link answered Aug 10 '13 at 16:23 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

What about this sentence ''If John had gone dancing last night, he would not have come home''? Is it incorrect?

ducdang123Aug 14 '13 at 04:52

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link comment answered Aug 12 '13 at 16:30 abid New member

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