Second Conditional, Please help: If I were stranded on a desert island, I would be terrified!

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Good day, I hope that someone can please help me to check the accuracy of the following language analysis on the second conditional?

Example: If I were stranded on a desert island, I would be terrified!

Formula: If + past + would / could / might + verb

In positive sentences use:
IF + SUB + PAST SIMPLE + ……………………………….., SUB + WOULD + INFINITIVE.
If I got stranded on a desert island, I would be terrified.
Or
SUB + WOULD + INFINITIVE + IF + SUB + PAST SIMPLE ……………………………………………
I would be terrified if I got stranded on a desert island.

In negative sentences use:
IF + SUB + NOT + PAST SIMPLE + …………………, SUB + WOULD + NOT + INFINITIVE.
If I didn’t get stranded on a desert island, I wouldn’t be terrified.
Or
SUB + WOULD + NOT + INFINITIVE, IF + SUB + NOT + PAST SIMPLE + …………………
I wouldn’t be terrified if I didn’t get stranded on a desert island.

In questions use:
IF + SUB + PAST SIMPLE + ………………………….., WOULD + SUB + INFINITIVE?
If I were a castaway, would I survive?
Or
WOULD + SUB + INFINITIVE + IF + SUB + PAST SIMPLE + …………………………..?
Would I survive if I were a castaway?

Corrections from a grammar expert will be truly appreciated!

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