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If I were him, I would doubt if she (is/was/were?) serious about this relationship

If I were him I would doubt that she (may) be serious about the relationship. I think a present subjunctive is appropriate after a verb denoting uncertainty like doubt. I see no issue with him after ...
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The reason being

Sven's examples form an exceedingly tiny portion of actual usage. "The reason being is that ..." is incorrect, not valid English (UK or US variants) and used only by people who do not have a ...
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