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  1. If I had been serious about music when I was young, I might participate in the concert tomorrow.

  2. If I had been serious about music when I was young, I might've participated in the concert tomorrow.

Are they both correct?

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    (1) reads oddly because I might participate sounds as though the speaker still considers it a possibility. Presumably the intended meaning is that they long ago forfeited their chances by not studying music seriously enough. – Kate Bunting Aug 16 '20 at 7:27

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