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    Smile if (subjunctive mood)

    Please check out the following sentences.

    (1) These days his heart was full of misgivings because of his lost ID card.
    (2) He worried that if his ID card was held in a fraud ring, it will cause him to get into a big trouble.

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    Re: if (subjunctive mood)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    Please check out the following sentences.

    (1) These days his heart was full of misgivings because of his lost ID card.
    (2) He worried that if his ID card was held in a fraud ring, it will would cause him to get into a big trouble.

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    Smile Re: if (subjunctive mood)

    Another teacher revised these sentences as written.


    (1) These days he was worried because of his lost ID card.
    (2) He worried that if his ID card was taken by a fraudster, it would cause a lot of trouble.
    Last edited by Ashiuhto; 11-Jan-2011 at 01:00. Reason: revise

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    Re: if (subjunctive mood)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    Please check out the following sentences.

    (1) These days his heart was full of misgivings because of his lost ID card.
    (2) He worried that if his ID card was held in a fraud ring, it will cause him to get into a big trouble.
    He worried that if his ID card were held in a fraud ring, it would cause him to get into big trouble

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