○○○ desperate ⪢⪢
Bangladesh says it is struggling to build camps for the huge number of Rohingya fleeing violence in Myanmar. An official with the United Nations said the refugees are arriving in Bangladesh in desperate condition
○○○ would ⪢⪢
The new use of "they" would replace "he" and the word "their" would replace "his". For example, "They changed their name to Caitlyn Jenner."
○○○ sight ⪢⪢
No doubt he would have thought that he had caught sight of two winged gods. ┆ If a fisherman or a shepherd had looked up just then, he would have thought that he had caught sight of two winged gods.
○○○ mortal ⪢⪢
Who could have believed that a mortal father and son had mastered the art of flight? ┆ Who could have believed that a mortal father and son had mastered the art of flight if anyone had looked up just then?
○○○ jargon ⪢⪢
Again I'm sure you heard a teacher or a grammar book point out that with the third condition
al you use if plus the past perfect, plus would or wouldn't have and the past participle. That's a lot of jargon.
• Predicting the Future 1
(1) Future facts
"I will turn 33 next year."
(2) Prodictions based on your opinion
"I believe my team will win tomorrow."
(3) time and condition
"He'll probably call if he gets stuck in traffic."
"When you get home will you make dinner?"