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Friday, January 31, 2020


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You said: "there would be no computer programmers if the computer hadn't been invented". I wonder whether we should say: "there would have been ...."


It's a good question because I seem to have broken a conditional 'rule'.

However, I did write "there would be" on purpose, so what's happening here?

I'll publish a lesson about this tomorrow, and I'll answer fully on Saturday.

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