I have two quick questions. They're relatively simple, and I'm not even sure if they deserve their own thread, but I haven't been able to get a decent answer on these. The first one is further vs farther. Are they interchangeable? And if not, when should each one be used? The second one is even simpler. If someone says, "If I _____ you..." what goes in the blank, "was" or "were"? You can also flip it to put that clause at the end of the sentence. Is it "I wouldn't do that if I was you" or "I wouldn't do that if I were you"? To me, "were" sounds better, but then again, you usually use "was" when using "I." For example, you wouldn't say "I were going for a walk." You would say "I was going for a walk." Thanks in advance for the help.