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Were you to have stopped and considered, you would have seen the errors of your ways. This sentence I copied from my grammar book.

Were you to stop and consider, you would have seen the errors of your ways.
This sentence I made up

Do both sentences have the same meaning?
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No. The first applies to past opportunity; the second refers to present or future stopping and considering.
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Thus in the 2nd,
you would have seen the errors of your ways
should be changed to
you would see the errors of your ways.
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Very good, thanks.
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