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comment How can you make “to be” explicit and simple in this future conditional sentence?
Marking as answer because I like it the best. Hellion's answer quite valid too. All three of these sound nice to my ear. Thank you for pointing out this is the subjunctive mood.
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accepted How can you make “to be” explicit and simple in this future conditional sentence?
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revised Is there a term for a word coined to fit the rhyme/rhythm in a poem?
poetic licnse
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revised How can you make “to be” explicit and simple in this future conditional sentence?
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comment How can you make “to be” explicit and simple in this future conditional sentence?
I'm not sure how to change it. I'm more than happy for you to edit it though.
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answered Is there a term for a word coined to fit the rhyme/rhythm in a poem?
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asked How can you make “to be” explicit and simple in this future conditional sentence?
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comment What is the origin of the phrase “Eastern Seaboard”?
Seaboard as "on the seaward side" makes sense, as starboard means "on the steering (righthand) side".
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