As far as I know typical mixed conditionals is like "If I were you, I would have bought the red dress." You use the past tense in the if-clause, and the past perfect in the main clause.
But how about the following sentence "If God asks me what my wish is, I would say that "It is my country's independence." This sentence uses the present tense in the if-clause, and the past tense in the main clause. Can we see this sentence as one of the mixed conditionals. I'd appreciate your answer.