I'm probably being picky, but the ability to purchase shares does not mean you did so.If I could have bought the stock then, I would be rich now.
, but I think TT means Type III conditional. I don't like this conventional breakdown myself; I align with those who call it a "past conditional," because I think that's more useful and accurate.could can be either the imperfect or the conditional of I can.
Thanks for pointing out my error, Loob.Isn't it a mixed II/III, TT?
If I could have bought the stock, I would be rich now.
If I had been able to buy the stock, I would be rich now.