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    Smile subjunctive question

    Dear teachers,

    for example:

    Think of youself, at the age of 66, what do you think you would do?

    is the above sentence correct?

    Because it is a subjunctive question, do I have to change the question to the one below ?

    Think of yourself, at the age of 66, what did you think you would do ?

    your guidance is welcome.

    thanks

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    Re: subjunctive question

    What will you do at the age of 66?

    If you were 66 [ years old], what would you do?

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