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    Post Grammar with " wish".

    In sentence " He wished it were Sunday already" Does " were " refer to the day when it was wished?

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    Re: Grammar with " wish".

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    Yes. It was, for instance, Wednesday, and he was wishing/longing for the Sunday to come.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 11-Apr-2015 at 23:40. Reason: Deleting unhelpful afterthought.
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