I may just be in my own head, but I'm trying to figure out how these two sentences differ:
- If you walk down the street, you'll see an oak tree.
- If you were to walk down the street, you'd see an oak tree.
Is it that the first one describes something hypothetical that you could do now, while the second one describes something hypothetical that you could do in the future?
(What I'm trying to say is, "If you hypothetically do X, whether now or sometime the future, then Y happens.")