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Another Question "were" with "I"
When I can use "I"with "were" If the rule says You is used always with was were.
You can use I with the word were when you are speaking in the subjunctive mood. The subjunctive mood is not used as often as the indicative mood.
Some examples- I wish I were in California. Would I were there now! - Sounds a bit stuffy doesn't it? Most Americans do not talk like this.
The most common way that I hear it used is in a sentence like this- If I were you, I'd accept the offer.
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