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Anonymous:What is more accepted? -- "As if that were not enough . . ." vs. "As if that was not enough . . ." Thanks.
AnonymousWhat is more accepted? -- "As if that were not enough . . ." vs. "As if that was not enough . . ." Thanks.I vote for "were", because it is correct, even though many use "was".
1. And as if that wasn't enough, he even used the jacuzzi.
2. And as if that weren't enough, he even wants her to move in with us.
(Though I think most BrE speakers would say "wasn't", in #2.)
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