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1. She walks as though she is drunk.

2. She walks as though she was drunk.

3. She walks as though she were drunk.

What is the difference between the three sentences? I believe #2 and #3 have the same meaning.
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Sorry, I do not have the time. My contribution to this thread is over.
"Sorry, I do not have the time. My contribution to this thread is over. " Marius, you cannot abandon us now. Emotion: wink

By the way, are moderators paid after the posts here -- I am just curious.

I have a vague recollection of somebody's mentioning it before.
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I said whatever I had to say. I don't like this idea some people have of going forever on a subject. And of course I am not paid. Mind you, I am not a moderator either.
InchoateknowledgeBy the way, are moderators paid after the posts here -- I am just curious.

No, the people who contribute their time and talents do so voluntarily.
Hi guys,

By the way, are moderators paid after the posts here?

No. But we are all going to come and visit you guys one day, and you'll have to pay for the beer. [Y]

Best wishes, Clive
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Hi Marius

By saying, "Sorry, I do not have the time. My contribution to this thread is over" you are making me more confused.

If you cannot produce the relevant part from the website, it doesn't prove anything. We discuss and learn from one another, don't we?
Yoong LiatBy saying, "Sorry, I do not have the time. My contribution to this thread is over" you are making me more confused.

If you cannot produce the relevant part from the website, it doesn't prove anything. We discuss and learn from one another, don't we?

Yes, but I don't like going on for ever, and you seem to like that. No problem. But not my choice. If you want to find that information at that site, you'll find it.

Hint: see "were" sentences here:

http://www.englishpage.com/conditional/presentconditional.html#presentunreal
Marius Hancu
Yoong Liat
By saying, "Sorry, I do not have the time. My contribution to this thread is over" you are making me more confused.

If you cannot produce the relevant part from the website, it doesn't prove anything. We discuss and learn from one another, don't we?

Yes, but I don't like going on for ever, and you seem to like that. No problem. But not my choice. If you want to find that information at that site, you'll find it.

I don't enjoy going on for ever. But to save time for other members, you should produce the relevant part if it strengthens your point of view. I've always produce relevant parts from websites to prove what I assert. I hope you understand my point of view.
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