Practice 1 & 2
learn the concept
before doing the
You only get one chance on the quiz, so practice as many times as you need.
I'll post the quiz link later.
In a "what if..." or "you'd better..." situation, use the verb tense that doesn't
Use "subjunctive mood"
but you're imagining what things would be like if it were true
when someone is
insisting or strongly requesting
that you do something
To do it, use the
form of the verb (the spelling that would normally go after the word "we").
If the subject of a "you'd better" clause is "we," subjunctive uses "be" instead of "are" or "were."
If I was/
I'm not you, so use the plural form, "were."
If he was/
He's not my son,
so use the plural form, "were."
Her boss insisted that she
/sells 30 items a day.
The boss is insisting, so use the plural form, "sell."
They requested that we are/
The subject of the "you'd better" clause is "we," so use "be."
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