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grammaire anglaise > conjonctions

 

structures hypothétiques avec / sans conjonction

 

 

If - Nsubject - prétérit hypothétique

...  Nsubject - would - BV

 

If I had to describe the feeling in one word

I would say "grace".

 

 

 

 

If - Nsubject - had + participe passé (past perfect modal) 

...  Nsubject - would + have + participe passé

 

 

 

 

Had - Nsubject - participe passé

...  Nsubject - would + have + participe passé

 

 

 

 

Had - Nsubject - participe passé

...  Nsubject - would + BV

 

Had they committed the crime in the last year,

Dobson and Norris would expect

to receive much tougher sentences

 

 

 

 

if - Nsubject - présent

...  Nsubject - will + BV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monte Wolverton

The Wolvertoon

Cagle

21 September 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If I had to describe the feeling in one word

I would say "grace".

Good Scene/Bad scene, I/I Review, p. 13, 25.4.2003.

 

 

 

 

 

At the present time I don't think she is suffering,

but if she were suffering significantly,

she would have to be euthanised,

just out of kindness.

Tears of a clone, GE/GE2, p. 4, 19.4.2002.

 

 

 

 

 

My job is still in London. I enjoy my work;

I have a senior position, and I have great workmates.

But I spend nearly four hours a day commuting

and I miss time I could be spending with our children.

On weekdays, I see them for half an hour a day

- we have a good relationship.

My wife copes, but wishes I was home more

and that I was less tired when I am around.

Local job opportunities are limited

and I know that if I were to get a job here,

I would not have nearly

as much job satisfaction as I do now.

Private lives, Next week, GE/GE2, p. 11, 07.03.2003.

 

 

 

 

 

Stephen Lawrence murder:

Gary Dobson and David Norris

await sentencing

Minimum jail term is 12 years

because pair were juveniles,

and law was less tough on racist crimes in 1993

 

Wednesday 4 January 2012
08.31 GMT
Guardian.co.uk
Sandra Laville, crime correspondent

 

Gary Dobson and David Norris, the two men convicted of

the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence, will be sentenced today.

The pair, who were 17 and 16 at the time of the murder,

will receive a sentence that takes into account as a starting point

the fact that they were juveniles at the time of the fatal stabbing.

But Mr Justice Treacy, the trial judge,

will also take aggravating factors into account:

specifically that the murder was racist,

and also that the pair realised one of their group might use a knife.

Had they committed the crime in the last year,

Dobson and Norris would expect to receive much tougher sentences,

with minimum terms of 25 years for a racially aggravated knife murder.

Stephen Lawrence murder: Gary Dobson and David Norris await sentencing, G, 4.1.2012,
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/jan/04/stephen-lawrence-murder-sentencing

 

 

 

 

 

If he walks free,

Amrine will become only the third condemned man in Missouri

to be cleared of the death penalty conviction.

(...)

Had he not been convicted in Barber's murder,

he would have gotten out in 1992.

Man who spent years on death row now looks forward to freedom, family, B4, 2.5.2003

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voir aussi > Anglonautes > Grammaire anglaise

 

when > subordonnée de temps

 

 

be : conjugaisons

 présent, prétérit temporel, prétérit hypothétique

 

 

prétérit hypothétique : souhait, irréel, hypothèse