if he___feeling better we would go

yo down_to_earth amiable convivial fella! :P

i know in these cases were is used when i is the subject , but never heard of that for he/she/it! how's that possible we use were here? :/

was/were and it says it is were :/

take care \o/

 

6 years ago
Asked 6 years ago
Squishy

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This is another case of the subjunctive mood, the so-called "past" subjunctive. The past subjunctive has the same form as the past indicative for all verbs except "be," which has the form "were" for all persons. It is used in conditionals and with "wish" in a formal style. In a less formal style, "was" can be used instead in the first and third person singular. Ex.: "If she were here, I would not be so lonely." "I wish she were here."

Answered 6 years ago
StuPitt

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