IF + pronouns + "verb-to-be"

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"IF" she/he/i...... is it we must put WERE instead of IS /AM / WAS for such question?

asked Jul 04 '12 at 15:45 FiO New member

Sanjay gives only a partial answer, which is true for only one type of conditional. There are several other types, and the verb tense used depends upon which type of conditional is intended.

Jeff PribylJul 04 '12 at 16:28

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