Sentences a and c are correct. The verb in b must be "hope".Originally Posted by hela
A expresses a hope for the future. In C, the party is over and the listener missed it. The past perfect would be better there, in my opinion.
I wish you had come to my party.
The first.“Please come to my party.” (sentence transformation) =
I wish you would come to my party OR I wish you come to my party ?
I am having a difficult time coming up with a present subjunctive after "wish that". We use the past subjunctive quiote often for things that we wish were true but aren't. I also don't use "should + infinitive" after "wish that", but a Brit might. :wink:2) when do we use the present subjunctive after "wish" and expressions followed by "that" and when do we use "should + infinitive"?
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