If I were [was] you [in your place],
I would be careful enough not to be involved in their quarreling.
If you had kept the stuff in the refrigerator,
it wouldn't have gone bad.
If he had been able to make himself understood
in English, he wouldn't have gotten lost in New York.
Considering my transfer to the branch in
London, I think if I had studied English harder in my youth,
I wouldn't have such a hard time now.
I wonder what would happen if that general,
who controls nuclear weapons, one day went mad and made
an error in his judgment.
If he had been working hard, the boss would
have tolerated such a miner mistake he made in the task
and wouldn't have fired him.
If I could play the piano, I would play
for you, singing all I felt.
Looking at the schoolboys, she thought
that if her boy hadn't been killed in the traffic accident,
he would be of about the same age now.
If I hadn't had any previous knowledge,
I couldn't have made out this complicated movie without
the Japanese subtitles.
If he were [was] an early riser,
he could have enough time to eat breakfast and wouldn't
need to rush to the station every morning.
If I hadn't met you, what would I be doing?
Would I love someone else and live a common life uneventfully?