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about "were to" Please tell me the difference. 1. If I were to tell the truth,~ 2. If I tell the truth,~ 3. If I told the truth,~ Thank you for your help.
Jun 26, 2013 8:35 AM
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They are all correct. The difference is how strongly they show reality vs. possibility. But the difference is really only technical. Usage is exactly the same. 1. If I were to tell the truth, you wouldn't believe me anyway. 2. If I tell the truth, you won't believe me. 3. If I told the truth, you wouldn't believe me.
June 26, 2013
二番目は将来のことを予想します。 一番目と三番目は過去のことを仮定しますが。一番目はちょっと惜しい気持ちがあると気がします。
June 27, 2013
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