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I Would Not Be Here (If I Hadnt Been There)

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  1. "Would not have been" is the customary word order. English, like other languages, uses changes of word order to emphasise particular topics in a sentence. Saying "Would have not been" sounds (to me) like it's being done for emphasis, but it's not clear what emphasis is meant!
  2. “If I hadn’t gone to school, I wouldn’t be here today” When civil war seized Sierra Leone, Ishmael Beah’s parents were killed – and at 13 he became a child soldier – now a resident of New York, he’s dedicated to helping others learn from his experience, as Robert Jeffery finds out.
  3. Apr 08,  · Song If There Hadn't Been You; Artist Billy Dean; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of EMI); Warner Chappell, CMRRA, ARESA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG, PEDL, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, ASCAP, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, UMPI, LatinAutor, and .
  4. Grammar rules say that hadn't is used for unreal past conditions, but why can't we use simple past negation instead of past perfect? If I hadn't come to the meeting, it wouldn't have happened. If I didn't come to the meeting, it wouldn't happen. Does the second sentence also imply that "I did come, that's why it happened"?
  5. Apr 18,  · “If I had not been Barcelona president, I would not have gone to prison, of that I have no doubt at all,” Rosell told Mundo Deportivo. “I don’t think that anybody would have investigated me as a business, nobody would have spied on me, nor would there have been such aggressive fiscal persecution that I still face.
  6. if it hadn't been for (someone or something) If someone or something hadn't helped, intervened, or affected the situation in some way. The phrase is always followed by an explanation of how things would have turned out differently without someone or something. If it hadn't been for those quick-thinking bystanders, I wouldn't be alive today.
  7. I would not be here if I hadn't been there And I wouldn't been there if I hadn't just turned On Wednesday the third in the late afternoon Got to talking with George who works out in the back And only because he was getting off early To go see a man at a Baker Street bookstore With a rare first edition of steamboats and cotton10/10(1).
  8. Aug 04,  · And we could only afford to do so because here in Boston, we were busy but never underwater. “If I hadn’t been transferred, I would have died,” she said. There was no mystery.
  9. The subjunctive in English generally looks 'past-like' when it is present. "Were I not here, you would leave" is a statement about what would be going on NOW, but it looks past. Similarly this form looks past-perfect when it is simply past. So the "hadn't had" construction is the right version here.

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