What constructions should I use to speak hypothetically?
I'm trying to figure out if there is a grammatical pattern to be followed in speaking about a past hypothetical situation.
My teacher has set it up as "假如（circumstances),（subject）就（would have done something）。"
For example, if I wanted to say "If Al Gore had won Presidential election in 2000, then the United States would not have invaded Iraq."
I would say:
假如Al Gore 赢了2000的大选，美国就不会打击伊拉克。
Is this the best way to discuss hypothetical situations that would have taken place in the past? Thanks!
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