It Was as If We Had Won: In Memory of Alice Munro   Los Angeles
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It Was as If We Had Won: In Memory of Alice Munro Los Angeles

As if and as though Grammar Cambridge Dictionary It were as if or It was as if When to use, and which it was as if English examples in context Ludwig

from English Grammar Today As if and as though are conjunctions We use as if and as though to make comparisons They have a similar meaning We use as if and as though to talk about an imaginary situation or a situation that may not be true but that is likely or possible As if is common than as though The sentence is It were was as if he was shivering despite it being mid summer, the night far too humid for him to be cold Is it was , or were in this case And how can I tell which one to use at what time I tried Googling but it was just giving me as it were was Thanks for the help 4 Add a Comment Sort by Search Comments. it was as if is a perfectly acceptable phrase in written English You can use it to introduce a comparison or to describe an imagined scenario For example It was as if time had stopped, and everything was perfectly still exact 56 It was as if time had stopped 1 The New York Times It was as if he beat them 2 The New Yorker.

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