My parents aren’t here now. I want to share this triumph with them.
Knowledge: Conditional Sentences
If only + S + V-past perfect: if only… => wish contrary to the past
If + S + V-simple present, S + V-simple present => present reality
S + wish + V-past simple: wish… => wish contrary to present
As long as + S + V: as long as…
My parents are not here now. I want to share this victory with them.
A. Wrong wish (must use the opposite of the present)
B. Wrong conditional sentence (must use type 2)
C. I wish my parents were here now, so I could share this victory with them.
D. As long as my parents are here, they will be able to share this victory with me. => wrong meaning