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    #1

    what's the difference?

    What's the difference between this 2 sentences:

    Suppose I were the winner what could I do?( if I'm not wrong this is used for present/future events)
    Supposed I had been the winner, what could I have said?( this is for past events- but why is 'supposed'? shouldn't it be ' suppose I had been the winner?)

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    Re: what's the difference?

    You are right. 'Supposed' is wrong.

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