Mami
the structure: were a railroad strike to take place I would like you to teach me the grammar about this sentence: ..., believing that the U.S. economic recovery would be threatened were a railroad strike to take place. I couldn't find "subject" for "were," and then I guessed the meaning from the context. I though it like this: ..., believing that the U.S. economic recovery would be threatened if a railroad strike were to take place. Is this used the subjunctive mood and inversion? Thank you.
May 3, 2016 2:26 PM