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    Would it be wrong if there is / were no space...

    Peter said, "I heard John say, 'Please don't split your infinitives.' "


    Would it be wrong if there is / were no space between the inverted commas in the above sentence? My question is whether I should use 'is' or 'were'?

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    Re: Would it be wrong if there is / were no space...

    Were.

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