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    tense

    Good afternoon
    in this phrase : "If you were living the country tomorrow, where would you go" what is the tense of if you were living ? if it is a past continuous I do not understand !
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    Re: tense

    The past subjunctive used in the second conditional.

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    Re: tense

    It should be "leaving", not "living".

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