schlechte horror spiele In certain cases the “if” form does not follow the same rules with “if clauses.” In such cases, one type of if-clause can be combined with the main clause of another type.
If she hadn’t missed the bus, she would be here now.
If you had been careful yesterday, you wouldn’t be in hospital today.
If+ (past simple), (would + have + V3)
If he didn’t really love you, he wouldn’t have bought this ring for you.
If you went swimming this morning, you can’t go swimming again tomorrow.
If you will leave tomorrow, why did you buy so much food?