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Which is correct if I win or if I won?
“If I won…” is correct if winning is unlikely. “If I win” is correct where you have a good chance of winning.
What is the rule for if and if?
1. The conditional construction does not normally use will or would in if-clauses. EXCEPTION: If will or would express willingness, as in requests, they can be used in if-clauses. e.g. If you will come this way, the manager will see you now.
Have win or have won?
|he, she, it
Is it correct to say I have won?
I think you can use both. I win means I’ve won when the game has just finished. I’ve won means for example that you’ve won 30 minutes ago. You can call something that happened 2 minutes ago by present, not past.
How do you use won in a sentence?
Won sentence example
- He hated it when she won an argument.
- I won my battles.
- She couldn’t determine if she’d won this round or not.
- Never mind that they bartered over his love like some sort of prize to be won at a fair.
- I know I only won because you kept your mouth shut.
How do you use if and would in a sentence?
If I will see Peter, I will ask him. If I would have more time, I would take up golf. I think you are right m0nchichi, and in informal AE some speakers increasingly accept this use of “would” in both clauses of a conditional sentence.
Would or will with if?
The short answer is no, but there are exceptions to the rule. An if- or when-clause (often used to form conditional sentences) generally does not contain “will,” which is the simple future tense of the verb “to be.” One exception is when the action in the if- or when-clause takes place after that in the main clause.
When to Use has won?
I see the difference as being that won could refer to six months ago, for example. Has won means that they have only just won it.
Which is correct we all have or we have all?
Both phrases are correct if used in the correct context. Both are the same meaning, however, “we have all left” indicates to this moment (by now) whereas “we all have left” doesn’t refer to this moment.