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Producent

ProducentSuper Member!

Poland

Hello everyone:-)


I do have a tough question. Could you pls let me know which sentence is correct. All examples below. let’s get started.


1. I wish I will have known about it 3 years ago.


or


2. I wish I would have known about it 3 yers ago.


07:00 PM Jul 19 2015 |

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scheylla

scheyllaSuper Member!

Brazil

Hi, Producent


As I know after the word “wish” we can only use past tense(or subjunctive tense). So the second sentence is correct.  I’ve learned this way: wish+past tense; past tense + would; present tense + will.


I wish I could helped.


Regards.


Scheylla.

10:25 PM Jul 20 2015 |

Teacher AmySuper Member!

United States

She’s right! Thank you for making my job easier, Scheylla. :-)


Best,


Amy

11:30 PM Jul 20 2015 |

Producent

ProducentSuper Member!

Poland

thank you very much:-) for reply

03:31 PM Jul 21 2015 |