learning to use the subjunctive mood
Many Moods That You Control
a: Learning to use the subjunctive mood ~
b: learning to drive a stick shift
What: "Morano connected the reality of her writings to the overall mystery of life. This is the mystery every human being wants to figure out. Morano also does an excellent job using metaphors throughout the text. For example Morano says, "Learning to use the subjunctive mood is like learning to drive a stick shift. It's like falling in love with a car that isn't new or sporty but has a tilt steering wheel and a price you can afford."Or in other words the subjunctive mood is uncertain."
Writer: Not Stated
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Oct 16 2013 11:12 AM
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