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Re: Faulty Predication- Wrong logic of sentence construction
by Santhosh Kumar - Wednesday, 10 October 2012, 09:35 PM
  It is correct to use were or weren't when it comes to hypothetical statements.

For example, it is correct to say "If I were a bird, I would fly around the world." Here, it would be incorrect to say "If I was a bird, I would fly around the world."

Answering questions on this post, it is correct to say

If I were you, I wouldn't buy that dress
I wish it were possible
If I were hungry, I would eat something.

Thanks to meraenglish.com I found many such interesting answers.