Translation:We would be glad if you worked more.
I was wrong with "we would be glad if you would work more." The correction was "if you were working more." Given that I'm still struggling with the conditional, Is my answer "wrong" wrong, or just "missing" wrong? I (optimistically) reported it.)
I think it has an extra would in comparison to the textbook scond conditional. I know too little about real life English conditionals though.
Apparently I don't either... I guess some rules just don't stick! But I think I've found a pattern in these sentences, so I might be able to get them right in the future (without having to track down the actual rules).
The little I remember from my English lessons (most on my own money) says that the dependent clause uses the subjunctive (often identical to the imperfect) while the main clause uses “would”. But who am I to argue…
And of course it would be different if it were about a present or future condition (we will be glad if you work more). But are we studying English or Czech? Or whatever.…