How did “to wish that” come to hate the present tense in the subordinate clauses it governs, and why is it alone in this?
'I will miss everyone when/if I leave my job.' Can the sentence with 'if' and the one with 'when' really mean the same?
What is the direct object of "I imagined" in the context "as I imagined would be the case"? (i.e. I imagined what?)
When we say 'The probability that a red ball is picked is 0.5', what type of subordinate clause is being used?
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