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If you paid the amount, we would delivered the goods

If you had paid the amount, we would have delivered the goods

If yes then what is the different between the two

and I hope my title - Do both these sentences mean same?...is also grammatically correct? because i get confuse for do/does usage here

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Hi

Do both these sentences mean the same (thing)

1. If you paid the amount, we would delivered the goods.

2. If you had paid the amount, we would have delivered the goods.

They do not have the same meaning. Sentence 1 talks about a situation which has not yet happened. In other words the money has not been paid and the goods are still waiting to be delivered. This delivery will only take place if the money is paid.

Sentence 2 talks about the past and something which did not happen. The money was not paid and therefore the goods were not delivered.

Both sentences out of context sound a little strange to me without something following 'the amount'.
I would expect something like:-

The amount due/owed
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If you paid the amount, we would deliver the goods..... as you said it's a situation which has not yet happened...I just want one clarification then why we are using paid...should it not be pay..Please explain

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Hi

If you pay - we will deliver = this is what will happen if the condition is fulfilled.

If you paid - we would deliver = not yet happened, may or may not happen.