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Which sounds better?

"If I WAS to do this experiment again, I would change the regular (plain) water to salt water."

OR

"If I WERE to do this experiment again, I would change the regular (plain) water to salt water."

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    were

  • ENGLISH -

    Ana is right. In an "if" clause, we use the subjunctive "were."

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