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    #1

    if I were to deal with all of them,

    Does this conditional refer to a future hypothetical one or a past one?
    It's confusing!!

    1)I had seen Mikey writing the note at his desk, using his left hand to
    change his handwriting. I said nothing. Most parental excuse notes I received in those days were written by my students. They had been forging excuse notes since they learned to write, and if I were to deal with all of them, I would be busy 24 hours a day. I threw Mikey��'s note into a desk drawer along with dozens of other notes.

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    Re: if I were to deal with all of them,

    future

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