"actions that would be taken" and "would probably feel" are right. Your comments about English grammar are impressive, to put it mildly. Very few native Anglophones can talk about the structure of their mother tongue as you have just done.
BTW: Your " were to" phrase is a sophisticated use of "be to," which is one of the devices used to set things in the future in English (which has no future tense). "be to" conveys three meanings:
1) something planned or prepared : there IS TO be an inquiry
2) an order : you ARE TO be here at six tomorrow morning in full field gear
3) fate or destiny : met a young KGB colonel who WAS TO become president of Russia
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