There is or there was?
Hello everyone. I have a question. Which is correct sentence?
People might not read your email, if there is a big piece of unformatted text.
People might not read your email, if there was a big piece of unformatted text.
The first version, putting the condition in present tense, is correct.
But also, the more natural collocation is “a big bloc of unformatted text”. Finally, the sentence does not need a comma to separate the clauses.
July 28, 2019
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