Rakell Grubert Pere escreveu:I asked if the first one is also correct, because it has "passive voice" in its structure, and my second question was: are both third conditional ? I'm sure they aren't 1st nor 2nd conditionals.
Okay, so 1) the first one is also correct and 2) they're both third conditional.
Both of the following would be correct to complete this sentence:
If I had not closed the birdcage door fast enough...
1) the cat could have eaten the bird.
2) the bird could have been eaten by the cat.
Does this answer your questions, Rakell?