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If you were to drive off a cliff, you would experience free fall.

If you drove off a cliff, you would experience free fall.

What's the difference between the two? Any subtle difference at all?
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No difference. The trend is away from the subjunctive. Most people are more comfortable with simple past. Only a few of us old farts are still hanging on. Either way, be sure your seat belt is fastened.

Best wishes, - A,.
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Thank you, Avangi. I think both are subjunctive. I could be wrong.