Spanish past subjunctive help!?

I m watching a novela right now and there s a line that goes" Si no lo hubiera hecjo, todos los esclavos que viste hubieran sido vendidos a duenos diferentes" Ok so I know for contrary to the fact Si clauses the second hubiera should be habria right? forming the sentence " si no lo hubiera hecho,... show more I m watching a novela right now and there s a line that goes" Si no lo hubiera hecjo, todos los esclavos que viste hubieran sido vendidos a duenos diferentes"
Ok so I know for contrary to the fact Si clauses the second hubiera should be habria right? forming the sentence " si no lo hubiera hecho, todos los esclavos que vista habrian sido vendidos a duenos diferentes"
Is this just a style of speech where they use the past subjunctive twice instead of the conditional? or is there another rule im missing?
( please answer explaining grammar rules as I would like to learn)
Update: ** viste NOT vista for the second sentence!
1 answer 1