Difference between 'was' and 'were' in a sentence.
What is the difference between 'I'd wish I was in Shimla.' or 'I'd wish I were in Shimla.' Also, it would be really helpful if you could help explain the difference in usage between the two.
Josna, great question! Using were instead of was makes "being in Shimla" seem impossible or very unlikely. Using was instead of were makes "being in Shimla" seem possible or something that easily could have happened (but didn't). I hope this helps.
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