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[Let us suppose, for the sake of the argument, that you and she had made up your minds to be united at all costs. In that case, why bother with contraception? What did it matter if Andrée were pregnant? I put it to you, Monsieur Falcone, that] _it would not have made the slightest difference _, [unless it were to bring matters to a head sooner than was intended.] From Conditionals A Comprehensive Empirical Analysis Hi. Do you think the underlined sentence is an open past conditional? I.E. we don’t know whether she did become pregnant nor do we know whether it did make the slightest difference — all the past situation is complete open. Right? Thank you.
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