Which is correct?
If she was asleep, ...
A. ... wouldn't she be likely not to have heard the conversation?
B. ... wouldn't it be likely for her not to have heard the conversation?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavourite answer
Needlessly wordy - and why is it a question?
If she were asleep, she would have been unlikely to hear the conversation.
- VyLv 51 month ago
B. is correct: If she was asleep, wouldn't it be likely for her not to have heard the conversation?
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
they both sound okay to me
- Anonymous1 month ago
None of them because the question is based on a false premise. To use main clauses that employ the conditional past mood, the subordinate clause must use the pluperfect subjunctive mood (i.e., "If she'd been asleep...").