"Imagine you would have to go to another country and learn German."
eEnglish teacher corrected it to "you had to"
But, I'm talking about the future not the past.
We are using the so-called past tense here to indicate remoteness from reality.
The reality is 'You have to go', and this is not the case in an imagined situation.
is it: I read some books at the weekend.
I read some books this weekend.
Or is it just a personal preference?YES
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