THE SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD – Part 1
The “subjunctive mood” is a tough and oft-neglected part of grammatical construction but it is integral to a correct understanding of expressing certain conditional moods.
Read the following sentences to understand the sense of each and then determine what is incorrect in each.
Hint: obviously “subjunctive mood” is the key, so you must determine what “subjunctive mood” is and how it is constructed.
Rewrite each sentence so that it is correct.
Explain the reason for your correction.
“If I was you, I would run.”
“I wish he was able to type faster.”
The word for today is “stygian“.
What part of speech is “stygian“?
Define “stygian” and use it in a sentence.
Bonus: identify the mythological root of “stygian” and get a gold star.