Conditional Mood MCQ Test With Answers – If Clause Type 1-2-3

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  1. Were you …………… on your own for this difficult mission, you should have had a perfect right to protest.
    A being sent
    to be sent
    C sending
    to send
    to have been sent
    why do we use the perfect infinitive in if clause in this sentence

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    • This is the inverted form of if-clause type 3. All the sentences below have the same meaning.
      Were you to have been sent on your own for this difficult mission, you should have had a perfect right to protest.
      = If you were to have been sent on your own for this difficult mission, you should have had a perfect right to protest.
      = If you had been sent on your own for this difficult mission, you should have had a perfect right to protest.
      = Had you been sent on your own for this difficult mission, you should have had a perfect right to protest.

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