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    which is correct

    which is correct: " I wish I was dead", or "I wish I were dead"


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    Re: which is correct

    "I wish I were" is the grammatically correct answer.

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    Re: which is correct

    Additionally, "I wish I was dead" is the indicative. It expresses a general fact.

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