What is the Subjunctive Mood? An Explainer | Merriam-Webster
The subjunctive mood is one of three moods in English grammar. The subjunctive mood is for expressing wishes, suggestions, or desires, and is usually indicated by an indicative verb such as wish or suggest, paired then with a subjunctive verb. Often, the subjunctive verb is unchanged, as with visit in the sentence 'I wish I could visit that cat.'
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