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Syntactic bit -- fictitious mood

1. The fictitious mood in subject subordinate clause

The fictitious mood in subject subordinate clause basically depends on certain adjective and past participle, with will indicate proposal, command, demand, wait with disappointment uncannily. Its form is: (Should) verbal original shape.

The adjective that often uses so has:

The Advisable with proper Appropriate is proper, reasonable

The Desirable with better Better is ideal

The Imperative of Essential elite is pressing

The Insistent importunate with important Important

The Necessary of Natural nature is necessary

Preferable is advantageous, better Strange is strange

The Vital with pressing Urgent is all in all

Past participle has:

Desired, demanded, ordered, requested, suggested, recommended, required.

For example:

It Is Essential That You (Should) Win The Voters' Hearts.

The heart that wins constituency is indispensable.

It Was Suggested That He (Should) Join The Club Activities.

Somebody offers the activity that he should join a club.

2. The fictitious mood in predicative subordinate clause and appositive subordinate clause

In expressing the predicative subordinate clause at the back of the noun such as proposal, command, view, purpose and desire and appositive subordinate clause, predicate verb asks to use fictitious mood. Its form is: (Should) verbal original shape.

The name that often uses so has:

Resolution determination, resolution Pray is entreated

Decision resolution Motion offers

Suggestion suggests Preference chooses

Proposal offers Advice advice

Recommendation recommends Desire desire

Demand asks Requirement asks

Order commands Necessity necessity

Idea of Request requirement Idea, idea

For example:

He Gave Orders That The Guests (Should) Be Hospitably Entertained.

He gives orders to feast enthusiasticly these guests.

His Proposal Is That We (Should) Get Rid Of The Bad Habits.

He offers we should abandon these undesirable characteristics.

3. The fictitious mood in object subordinate clause

1) the predicate verb in object subordinate clause accepting after certain verb asks to use fictitious mood, with will express proposal, command and requirement to wait. Its form is: (Should) verbal original shape. The verb that often uses so has:

Ask asks Advise is advised

Determine decides Decide decides

Command commands Insist holds to

Intend plan Move offers

Prefer auxes would rather Propose offers

Order commands Recommend is recommended

Request asks Require asks

Suggest suggests Urge advocates

Demand asks Desire yearns for

Direct command

For example:

He Insisted That The Meeting Be Put Off.

He asks to postpone that meeting.

They Proposed That All The Plans Should Be Discussed At The Meeting.

They suggest all plans should discuss on the meeting.
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