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19 January

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What is the difference between
"If the price [were] cheap, you [should] buy it immediately."
and
"If the price [is] cheap, you [should] buy in it immediately."
?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

Does the meaning of [should] change according to the (if~)clauses in the front?
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What is the difference between 
"If the price [were] cheap, you [should] buy it immediately."
 and 
"If the price [is] cheap, you [should] buy in it immediately."
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