Imagine <what you could accomplish> if you had learned to code

JJXR

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Hello to all,

Thanks for reading my post.


Source:

CoderDojo Partners with GitHub to Create a New Generation of Hackers

Sample sentence:

McEfee will lead sessions going forward and the plan is to evolve to teach Ruby and other languages. One of Saturday’s volunteer is planning to get another dojo started in San Francisco with an emphasis on JavaScript. Imagine what you could accomplish if you had learned to code when you were eight. As McEfee shared, “With CoderDojo, we aren’t just trying to teach kids how to code. We’re trying to teach them how to learn and think critically. That spark of a moment when a kid realizes he can teach himself is the moment CoderDojo pays off.”

Question:

Does "what you could accomplish" refer to the present, and can it be interpreted as follows: "what you would be able to accomplish now"?


Thanks a lot for any comments, corrections or suggestions!

Regards,
JJXR
 
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