English is not my mother tongue since I am a francophone. I am experiencing difficulties with respect to the subjonctive. I would appreciate your reviewing and correcting the following sentences for me.
"It is important that the wine is not chilled" or would it be preferable to say:
"It is important that the wine should not be chilled " ?
present tense: It is important for me that I improve my english.
pas tense: Last year I suggested to my son that he impove(D)(*) his english
(*) is the "improved" written correctly ?
Thank you very much for your time.
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Re: English Grammar
Welcome, Gilles. :hi:
Rule: . . . important that someone DO (bare infinitive verb) . . .
 It is important that the wine (not) be chilled.
 It is important to me, personally, that I improve my English.
Note, According to my teacher, it is important for me to improve my English.
 Last year, I suggested to my son that he improve his English.
Note, the word English is a name, so it should be capitalized. ;-)
All the best. :-)
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