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    She talks as if she were rich.

    1. She talks as if she were rich.

    2. She talks as if she is rich.


    Will it be possible to substitute though for if in the two sentences above?

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    #2

    Re: She talks as if she were rich.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. She talks as if she were rich.

    2. She talks as if she is rich.


    Will it be possible to substitute 'though' for 'if' in the two sentences above?
    Yes.

    Rover

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