if I was your employer, I would help you based on you output. Can we use 'were' instead of 'was'?

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10 years ago
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Ari Dharmaraj

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The condition clause expresses a condition that is known to be false, or presented as unlikely -> we use were instead of was ex: If I were you. I would not go. So you can say "if I were your employer, I would help you based on you output."
Answered 10 years ago
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