1. Greg doesn't even consider changing his diet unless he is convinced by his doctor. 2. If the frost had hit later, this year's expected harvest of peach might be lesser. Are these statements correct?

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They are both wrong. The correct sentences would be: 1. Greg won't even consider changing his diet unless he is convinced by his doctor. (First conditional) 2. If the frost hit later, this year's expected harvest of peach might be lesser. (Second conditional) OR If the frost had hit later, this year's expected harvest of peach might have been lesser. (Third conditional)
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