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If it (to be)... warmer, we (to go)... swimming.
I'm learning English and I can't distinguish between the types of conditional sentences. In that sentence, I am wondering between the 2nd and 3rd conditional sentences because I think each is reasonable, so can someone help me to complete and show me some tips to easily distinguish between types of conditional sentences, thanks!

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Both 2nd and 3rd conditionals work here! The only difference is the context.

  • If it were warmer, we would go swimming : that could have happened as the speakers says this
  • If it had been warmer, we would have gone swimming : same but it's in the past
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  • So is there anything that is preferred or popular?
    – Kieran Wilson
    Aug 31 at 15:55

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