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‎Do these past verbs mean the hypothetical present?

- "I wish I could say what I **wanted**."
- "I wish there were more Colonial officers that **had** your tenacity and spirit."

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‎Do these past verbs mean the hypothetical present?

- "I wish I could say what I **wanted**."
- "I wish there were more Colonial officers that **had** your tenacity and spirit."
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