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What's the difference between these two sentences? 날씨가 좋았더라도 공원에 안갔을텐데요 날씨가 좋더라도 공원에 안갈텐데요 Is it that the first in the past and the second in the present?
Jun 24, 2015 4:34 PM
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Yes :)
June 24, 2015
날씨가 좋았더라도 공원에 안갔을텐데요 "We wouldn't have gone to the park if the weather would have been nice." (Of course when the weather would have been nice, we wouldn't have gone to the park) (Hypothetical pondering thought/comment) 날씨가 좋더라도 공원에 안갈텐데요 "We wouldn't go to the park if the weather were nice."
June 25, 2015
"동사+았/었더라면…(으)ㄹ 텐데 예문 연습: 오빠랑 같이 갈 수 있었더라면 좋았을 텐데. It would have been nice if we could have gone together." (Just thinking to yourself hypothetically) https://hangukgongbu.wordpress.com/2010/07/28/%EC%98%A4%EB%8A%98%EC%9D%98-%EB%AC%B8%EB%B2%95-18/ So then '오빠랑 같이 갈 수 있더라면 좋을 텐데' would be 'It would be nice if we could go together.'
June 25, 2015
Yes.
June 25, 2015
This is a similar concept as 으면 좋겠다 then.
June 24, 2015
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