I was just writing an email when I tried to write what in English would be the equivalent of the Portuguese sentence "Experiências que eu não teria se eu não estivesse
aqui". I started writing "Experiences I would not be living If I weren't
here". Then I noted that even though people write "If I were" instead of "If I was" the way I wrote it (in the negative form) sounded weird for me since I had never used it this way before.
Do you guys know which of these is grammatically correct?
A) Experiences I would not be living if I wasn't (was not) here. or,
B) Experiences I would not be living if I weren't (were not) here.
Hope I had gave enough context,
Looking forward to hearing from you, and thanks in advance