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@Cristi posted:

My daughter asked me why she needed to do as her pant is wet and she is outside.

Hello, Cristi—I think you meant to say: "My daughter asked me what she needed to do when her pants were wet and she was outside."

@Cristi posted:

So, what should I say:

If I was you I will quickly tell my teacher or
If I were you I would quickly tell my teacher.

The correct sentence is the second one, but you need need a comma after "you." The first sentence is ungrammatical.

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