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What is more accepted? -- "As if that were not enough . . ." vs. "As if that was not enough . . ." Thanks.
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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".
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I would opt for "either", depending on temporal context:

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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It is 'were' because this sentence is an example of a conditional sentence. Some 'google' seaching will give you some more insight on conditional sentences.
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