Is this conditional sentence grammatical?

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"If your friends are seriously inclined to come over to my house, my friends would be willing to provide the kegs for the party."  (Crazy sentence, I know, but that's what I could think of in writing the particular structure of the sentence.)  Now, with the quoted sentence, I realize it may not meet any of the conditional rules.  In short, the second part of the conditional, "would be," would have to be replaced with "are" to read as follows, right: "If your friends are seriously inclined to come over to my house, my friends are willing to provide the kegs for the party."  "Would be" is inconsistent with the previous present tense of "are seriously," right?

conditionals if asked Sep 23 '13 at 20:54 Heather New member

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