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I need to tell someone that if the guy I am referring to is still alive he would have created many miracles. Are the below two sentences grammatically correct in the before-mentioned context? If there are any differences , could someone explain me with the details.

  1. If he did not die,he would have created many miracles.
  2. If he was not dead,he would have created many miracles.
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Both correct grammar with similar meanings. The difference is limited to the difference between "He is dead" and "He died" (the difference is current fact/ past act)

You could consider a third option: "He has died" is close to "He is dead", so you could say

If he hadn't died, ...

That is my prefered form

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