Master the Subjunctive Mood in English!" 🧐
I hope he is happy? I wish he were happy?
"Advanced English learners, it's time to tackle the Subjunctive Mood! 🎓✨ At B2 level, understanding the nuances of English becomes crucial. Let's dive in with Bristol Lane! 🤓
👉 The subjunctive mood is used for unreal or hypothetical situations. It often appears after words like 'wish', 'if', and 'as though'. 🌌
Example 1: I wish I were (not was) on a beach right now. 🏖️ Example 2: If I were the president, I would change many things. 🌍
Notice the use of 'were' instead of 'was' for hypothetical scenarios. It might seem tricky at first, but with practice, you'll master it! 💪
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