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Things subjunctive often describes (“subjunctive ________”)
mood, mode, forms, conditionals, form, clauses, clause, verb, moods, tense, complements, present, verbs, tenses, construction, complement, relatives, constructions, marker, endings, condition, sentences, meaning, infinitive, future, stem, reasoning, usage, optative, past, uses, sentence, inflection, equivalent, imperfect, passive, morphology, auxiliary, particle, modes, appears, statements, equivalents, ending, active, phrase, pres, differs, contexts, intension, conjugation, generalizations, distinction, phrases, suffix, paradigm, expressions, pluperfect, singular, protasis, contrast, reading, plural, queries, markers, suffixes, intensions, morpheme, express, pronouns, replay

How subjunctive often is described (“________ subjunctive”)
present, imperfect, past, perfect, pluperfect, future, potential, hortatory, indicative, preterite, latin, spanish, optative, singular, simple, deliberative, english, jussive, french, active, passive, volitive, conditional, plural, mandative, tense, dependent, negative, aorist, imperative, periphrastic, hypothetical, prospective, called, inflected, greek, hortative, corresponding, unreal, italian, subordinate, inflectional, fact, morphological, imperfective, concessive, archaic, preterit, perfective, contracted, embedded, prohibitive, polite, causal, dedun, obligatory, sigmatic, dedum, vedic, irrealis, dubitative, tocharian, antiquated, formulaic, iterative, voluntative, syncopated, doubtful


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