REGRETS (1B2)

REGRET: “to feel sorrow or remorse for (an act, fault, event, etc.)

MANY AMERICAN THOUGHT DONALD TRUMP WOULD NEVER WIN AND NOW REGRET NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE LAST GENERAL ELECTION ….

trump-juramento

“IF THEY HAD VOTED, DONALD TRUMP WOULDN´T HAVE WON THE GENERAL ELECTIONS”

“IF NON-VOTERS HADN´T STAYED AT HOME, MANY OF THEM WOULD HAVE VOTED FOR HILLARY CLINTON”

“IF TRUMP HADN´T COME TO POWER, THE SPANISH VERSION OF THE WHITE HOUSE WEBSITE WOULDN´T HAVE BEEN DELETED

http://www.thelocal.es/20170123/white-house-removes-spanish-version-of-website-and-spain-isnt-happy-about-it

THE THIRD CONDITIONAL CAN BE USED TO EXPRESS REGRETS.

 

DO YOU KNOW ANY OTHER WAYS TO EXPRESS REGRET IN ENGLISH?

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Posted on January 26, 2017, in DOCTOR GRAMMAR and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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