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- Like it or not, . . . (Whether you like it or not)
I've come across this kind of phrase many times, but this is the only one--among no-subject subjunctives--that I can be sure it's common and right to use. So, I want to know how far it is allowed to use no-subject subjunctives and how common it is. By far, I mean, is it okay to use any verbs and any objectives instead of like and it to make such a subjunctive? And how commonly is it used in daily conversations?
My examples of the question one:
- (Whether you) Went there or not, it's not my concern.
- (Whether you) Be here or not, you should never break the oath.
Are these okay to use?