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what is subjunctive in English grammar?
When questioning the term "subjunctive" in the English language, it refers more to the mood of the term tense. In the subjunctive tense, it refers to the wishes of the person making the statement. [ An example of this is "subjunctive – a statement contrary to fact, a wish, a mandative statement (I request that Jill pick up the ball.). This example can be found at ]
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