I was studying and I found this phrase.
You may have had a person ask you, "Don't you agree?" before.
So I got thinking about these things.
- I would like to know why we don't use the 3rd person conjugation for the verb to ask (asks) in this phrase. I suppose this is a case of the subjunctive mood. in that case, could you explain to me the trigger? or it's just the set phrase that active the subjunctive mood but not anything else.
- I understand the structure "may/might have+ participle" used to express past probability. But I don't understand the structure "you have a person+ verb" can you please explain it to me?