If+are -> would / If+were -> would

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Urdu
Hello,

What's the difference among these sentences?

If you are at a KFC, you would be required to specify the size of the pizza as well.
If you were at a KFC, you would be required to specify the size of the pizza as well.

Many thanks. :)
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    If you are (presently; at that moment} at a KFC, you would be are required (in this circumstance) to specify the size of the pizza as well.
    If you were (at some time; ever) at a KFC, you would be required (in that circumstance) to specify the size of the pizza as well.
     

    Kirill V.

    Senior Member
    Russian
    I understand only the second one in a context like:
    If you were at a KFC, you would be required to specify the size of the pizza as well, but since you are at an ABC you are required to specify only the size of your Coke.
     
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