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Explain me difference between the following words :

He would come to the party if you asked him. ( I understand ----- He will come to the party if you ask him)

He will come to the party if you ask him.

He would have come to the party if you had told him where it was.

Or

If you went near it, it would kick you. (I understand ---- If you go near it, it will kick you)

If you had gone near it, it would have kicked you.

Could anyone help me?
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RuslanaHope this will help you:

[url=http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/1cond.htm ]First conditional[/url]

[url=http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/2cond.htm ]Second conditional[/url]

[url=http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/3cond.htm ]Third conditional[/url]

Thank you very much

I understood three conditional.

I have one more doubt.

What is mixed conditional?

I read about `mixed conditional' somewhere else in the forum. But I didn't understand.

Please explain me about `mixed conditional'
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he would come to party---means he may come to party this is not sure that he is free at that time some work he has else...

he will come to party ----means it is sure he will come in party it is not conditional that he is free or not....

he would have come to the party if you had told him.. ----- is correct sentence.
no this is wrong. correct sentence will be
If I go to China, I will / shall visit the Great Wall.
Now please tell me, why you want to go china?
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Is this correct?
If I went to China, I would visit the Great Wall
AnonymousIf I went to China, I would visit the Great Wall.
Is this correct? Now that I've added a period on the end, it is correct. (See above.)

CJ