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if you be such...or if you are such...
if you be ....,i'll do something for you!
you i know here in if clause i should use present but wonder if we can use be in here...if not so could you write where do we exactly use "be" as a verb i mean just "be" not "am,is or are".
He demanded that I be quiet. (be - is subjunctive here)
If-constructions have no 'be' , only the present tense of the verb 'to be'. Maybe together with 'should', as a subjunctive:
If you should be elected, I will throw a party to celebrate.
(meaning 'in case you'll be elected')
Last edited by bianca; 01-Jul-2007 at 19:17.
Yes ...got it...thanks Bianca.