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    present subjunctive after "agree that"

    Dear teachers,


    Can I use the subjunctive (instead of "should") in this sentence?


    Experts agree that any athlete who has concussion symptoms not return to competition until they are fully resolved.


    Thank you for your help.
    Last edited by hela; 31-May-2014 at 19:45.

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    Re: present subjunctive after "agree that"

    No, that doesn't work.

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