eg It was agreed (that) he chair another meeting.
When I was at college, a teacher told me there was no precedent in standard modern English to justify agree governing the verb in the present subjunctive, (1) so has the language changed so rapidly that nowadays this structure is possible? and (2) did my teacher mean that in dialects in the UK and US, ie non-standard English, it is possible for agree to govern the verb in the present subjunctive?
What sort of UK and US dialects do you consider to be "non-standard English"?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Huck Finn talked kinda funny.