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    Question "She do" or "she does"?

    I see in a web site the conjugation of the verb do but I have a doubt, I know the third person of singular is conjugated 'She does' but they conjugate the verb as 'She do' calling this mode Conjuntive. Could you explain me if it is correct?


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    Re: "She do" or "she does"?

    The subjunctive mood is sometimes called the conjunctive mood, as in I insist that she do her homework on her own, without your help.

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