From EF (Education First), The type 2 conditional is used, with if clause in simple past and main clause in present conditional or in present continuous conditional, to express an unlikely or hypothetical condition and its probable result; and the time is now or any time.
If the weather wasn't so bad, we would go to the park.
If I was the Queen of England, I would give everyone a chicken.
If you really loved me, you would buy me a diamond ring.
If I knew where she lived, I would go and see her.
I'm confused because--should I use the past tenses of the verbs I'm meaning in the present time and in the future time?
If we were to be together to prove that there's/there was no end, so help me, would hold your hand forever even you're/you were pretend.
What I mean: If we were to be together (right now) to prove that there is no end another way of saying loving forever (not an end that just existed in the past, but end that has existed in the past up until now), so help me (is this correct? An idiom for "I promise," but type 2 conditional says it should be used with present conditional in the main clause. If the idiom were meant for "I would promise," then it's? fine, but it was? not.), would hold your hand forever even you're pretend (even if you're just meant to exist in my imagination, same issue about what to use present tense or past tense).
Also, please answer the mini-questions I've put along the way in typing this question and correct the grammar of my question itself. I want to learn.