Refer to unreal situation, both sentences are talking about an imaginary action, to which the result is subject, is unlikely to happen.
Would you please advise the difference between the two sentences below.
1. If they were to hold an election now, the Democrats would undoubtedly win.
2. If they held an election now, the Democrats would undoubtedly win. (If clause type II)
Last edited by cyrusevilming; 26-Jan-2016 at 10:42.
They have the same meaning.
"Invading armies have no rights." Noam Chomsky