Imagine I wrote an article in a foreign language I am not very good at, so I wrote down something like (1) to indicate that I feel sorry about the possible imperfections in the article:
(1) If I made a mistake, I am sorry about it.
Does it make sense to use past real condition in an if-clause and present tense in a main clause like this?
Imagine I was drunk when I was talking to my friend. I felt a little bit guilty about it the next day, so I said something like (2) to her:
(2) If I hurt your feeling yesterday, I will make it up to you.
Does it make sense to use past real condition in an if-clause and future tense in a main clause like this ?
In short, can I mix past real condition and other tenses(future or present, etc) in a sentence like examples above to indicate my future actions corresponding to past events?