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Is it possible to use "subject to"subject to with a verb other than "to be"to be?

for example: The self-image is subject to changes. (Obviously OK)

Being bound to our self-image we react subject to behavior patterns. (Is it OK??)

The self-image is subject to changes. (Obviously OK)

Being bound to our self-image we react subject to behavior patterns. (Is it OK??)

Are there any good alternatives to this construction?

Please explain...

Is it possible to use "subject to" with a verb other than "to be"?

for example: The self-image is subject to changes. (Obviously OK)

Being bound to our self-image we react subject to behavior patterns. (Is it OK??)

Are there any good alternatives to this construction?

Please explain...

Is it possible to use subject to with a verb other than to be?

for example:

The self-image is subject to changes. (Obviously OK)

Being bound to our self-image we react subject to behavior patterns. (Is it OK??)

Are there any good alternatives to this construction?

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Using "subject to" with a verb other than "to be"

Is it possible to use "subject to" with a verb other than "to be"?

for example: The self-image is subject to changes. (Obviously OK)

Being bound to our self-image we react subject to behavior patterns. (Is it OK??)

Are there any good alternatives to this construction?

Please explain...