- If I had married someone before you graduated, would you hate me?
I have learned that the pattern "if I had done..." is usually used to talk about hypothetical situation in the past. But I'm wondering if the sentence quoted above can be used to talk about a hypothetical future.
There is the corresponding version using present perfect and "will":
- If I have married someone before you graduate, will you hate me?
I think the difference is just that （1）shows the speaker thinks that possibility is highly impossible. Do I get it right?