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If you have to choose from the two, would you prefer to be like James Bond or Jesus?
Nov 28, 2012 12:57 AM
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What an unusual question. xD

November 28, 2012

@Alan. I am not sure which part of ''I think I were right...'' to you is ''absolutely incorrect.'' Did you mean the part after ''I think I were right'' was wrong or ''I think I were right'' itself? You may want to explain it. I am not upset that you didn't answer my question. I am not your student.

November 28, 2012
Hi, Shem. Please do not try to teach me English grammar. Your sentence "I think I were right..." is absolutely incorrect. Just like the sentence of your original question. And don't get upset if I don't choose to answer your question. I prefer to help students with their grammar.
November 28, 2012
No. Wait. I think I were right when I used ''have,'' because the fact is, one would be happier if they WERE someone else, and one would be sad if they ARE not like like that person. I know the word ''would'' supposingly indicates a subjunctive mood, but maybe it is possible to have a combination of ''would' and ''is/are.''
November 28, 2012
Actually you didn't even have to answer this question in the first place if you were not at all interested in choosing BETWEEN the two. I should've used subjunective mood and thanks for pointing out my mistake. There's a reason that I selected these two people.
November 28, 2012
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Fabien
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French
Learning Language
French