English third conditional

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For example we have a sentence If you________ (not/be) late, we____________(not/miss) the bus.

Is it correct to say If you hadn't been late, we wouldn't have missed the bus? Can we write would have not missed? This is wrong right?

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  1. Yes, this is correct: If you hadn't been late, we wouldn't have missed the bus.

    To write "would have not missed" is not correct.

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