Second Conditional

 

Structure:

If+Past participle/would +Infinite

If you had a car we would travel to Australia

 

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! With the verb "to be" we can say was/were
If I/he was rich, I/he would travel to Australia = If I/he were rich, I/he would travel to Australia

Compare the first and second conditional

FIRST Likely or possible situations

If we have a free room we'll call you.

(Maybe we'll have a room. Then we'll call you)

SECOND Unlikely or impossible situations

If I had money I'd book a room in the Ritz Hotel.

(I don't have any money, so I can't book a room in the Ritz)