No, it's not correct, The Sloth. Falsum est, Ille Segnis.The Sloth wrote:Si industrius fuisset, te laudavit nec epistulam scripsit."
"If you had been busy (working), he would have praised you and would not have written the letter."
Is that correct?
Common sense gets you so far and no further. You have to learn the rules and their conditions. I'm like you, struggling to remember them.The Sloth wrote:So far, I've been using common sense to make out the rules for tenses.. but, perhaps there are some idiomatic usages I'm not aware of.
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