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    Question "I was" and "I were"

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    When I have to use "I was" and when "I were"?

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    Smile Re: "I was" and "I were"

    Quote Originally Posted by 126 View Post
    Hello
    When I have to use "I was" and when "I were"?
    You never say I were unless you're talking about a hypothetical situation or a wish:

    I was in jail a few years ago.
    If I were in jail now, I wouldn't be seeing my kids now.
    I wish I were young again
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