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Are both sentences OK? I wouldn't be here unless it wasn't important. I wouldn't come by unless it wasn't important.
Jun 13, 2015 2:38 PM
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In both cases I think you want to say: I wouldn't be here unless it was important. I wouldn't come by unless it was important. or I wouldn't be here if it wasn't important. I wouldn't come by if it wasn't important.
June 13, 2015
You simply need to change "wasn't" for "was" in both sentences to achieve your desired meaning, but both the phrases are perfectly formed. Tom
June 13, 2015
The sentences are both ok, but is that what you wanted to say? The way it is written, it means that if it was important, you wouldn't come by.
June 13, 2015
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