Can somebody help me with below sentences.

a) Suppose I changed/change my mind would this change the situation.

b) Suppose I receive/received it on time i would revert you on time.

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    Possible duplicate of Why is it "If I were you" and not "If I was you"? Jun 30 '19 at 17:05
  • I wanted to cite what if I + what, past tense or present tense?, because that title more exactly matches the question as posed here. But it's got no upvotes or accepted answer, so I can't. It's all the same thing though - If I write / wrote / were to write / was to write this using any of those formats, what difference would it make? Jun 30 '19 at 17:11
  • In English the subjunctive is more often conjugated in the past tense -- but not exclusively. Both are possible.
    – Andrew
    Jun 30 '19 at 17:16
  • @FumbleFingers Which of the answers to the duplicate question do you think is best, or even correct? All of them seem to be somewhat off-target.
    – Andrew
    Jun 30 '19 at 17:18
  • @Andrew: I wasn't particularly thinking about the answers there - just that the framing of the question (suppose + Present / Past) seemed closer than asking about the was / were usages (which both look like "Past" anyway). Jun 30 '19 at 17:34

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