1. I have seen myself being at the lowest.

  2. I have seen myself at the lowest.

Which one is correct? Is first one(being at the lowest) a subjunctive clause case?

  • I see no subjunctive here. The first version has a participle modifying myself. Jun 17 '19 at 18:08
  • Being at the lowest is not subjunctive? Which sentence is correct then?
    – Rocky
    Jun 17 '19 at 18:14

The second one is correct. The first one is not subjunctive though. You could also say "I have seen myself at my lowest"

  • Why 1 is wrong? Can you explain?
    – Rocky
    Jun 18 '19 at 3:58

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