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    hello Svartnik

    what do you mean by 'dying subjunctive mood'? and 'dying'?
    you mean the usage is dying out?
    if it is so, with 'wish' both 'was/were' are correct and acceptable?

    tq.


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    Re: was/were [2]

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello Svartnik

    what do you mean by 'dying subjunctive mood'? and 'dying'?
    you mean the usage is dying out?
    if it is so, with 'wish' both 'was/were' are correct and acceptable?

    tq.
    I mean people do not respect their language anymore.

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