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  1. If they were to cancel the deal tomorrow, I would be devastated.

  2. If they canceled the deal tomorrow, I would be devastated.

  3. If he were to cancel the deal tomorrow, I would be devastated.

  4. If he canceled the deal tomorrow, I would be devastated.

Do (1) and (2), (3) and (4) mean the same?

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Yes, all four mean the same thing, except that in 1 & 2 it could be one or more people canceling the deal. They all sound natural to me as a native English speaker.

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