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Eduardo Amaral 
Asked at 2011.04.27 01:01:06
Which of the following sentences are grammatically correct, there is more than one possible answer:
Were he to pay for the coffee, I would thank him.
Were he to pay for the coffee, I will thank him.
If he were to pay for the coffee, I would thank him.
If he were to pay for the coffee, I will thank him.
If he pays for the coffee, I would thank him.
If he pays for the coffee, I will thank him.
answer RAY G  Answered at 2011.04.27 01:01:06
"Were he to pay for the coffee, I would thank him."
- correct, but highly formal, even archaic. Very few native English speakers would use "were he to" over some everyday thing like paying for coffee.

"If he were to pay for the coffee, I would thank him."
- correct, formal - but well within normal use.

"If he pays for the coffee, I will thank him."
- correct, informal.
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