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A traditional term for the use of finite verbs uninflected for number or person with commands, wishes, suggestions, and hypothetical or counterfactual propositions. The 'present subjunctive' is the plain/infinitive form of the verb; the 'past subjunctive' is the general past form of the verb.

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I wish it were Friday tomorrow. Or I wish it would/could be Friday tomorrow. Which of these sentences is correct or are they both correct?
asked Dec 29 '16 by ScorpionX108