subjunctive

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English - Turkish
dilek kip

To be fiilinin dilek kipi nedir? - What is the subjunctive of the verb to be?

Bugün, İngilizce dilek kipinin gizemini çözeceğiz. - Today, we are going to unravel the mystery of the English subjunctive.

{i} dilek kipi

To be fiilinin dilek kipi nedir? - What is the subjunctive of the verb to be?

Bugün, İngilizce dilek kipinin gizemini çözeceğiz. - Today, we are going to unravel the mystery of the English subjunctive.

dilek kipiyle ilgili
şart
(sıfat) dilek kipi ile ilgili
i., dilb. istek kipi. s., dilb. istek kipine ait
{s} dilek kipi ile ilgili
(isim) dilek kipi
(Dilbilim) isteme kipi
(Dilbilim) istek kipine ait
subjunctive mood
isteme kipi
subjunctive mood
dilek kipi
present subjunctive
geniş zamanda kullanılan dilek kipi
subjunctively
dilek kipine ait olarak
English - English
The subjunctive mood
inflected to indicate that an act or state of being is possible, contingent or hypothetical, and not a fact. English examples include so be it; I wouldn’t if I were you; were I a younger man, I would fight back; I asked that he leave
A form in the subjunctive mood
{a} subjoined, put after, added
Subjoined or added to something before said or written
(L sub under, junct join) the grammatical mood expressing what is wished
{s} of or pertaining to a verb form which expresses an action or state as something which is not yet fact and is still contingent and dependent (Grammar)
The subjunctive mood; also, a verb in the subjunctive mood
A verb form used within certain noun clauses and with unreal conditional clauses; the name form of the main verb is used The verb does not have tense or agree with person: We insisted that Paul play again
In English, a clause expressing a wish or suggestion can be put in the subjunctive, or in the subjunctive mood, by using the base form of a verb or `were'. Examples are `He asked that they be removed' and `I wish I were somewhere else'. These structures are formal. a verb form or a set of verb forms in grammar, used in some languages to express doubt, wishes etc. For example, in 'if I were you', the verb 'to be' is in the subjunctive imperative, indicative indicative (subjunctivus, from subjunctus, past participle of subjungere )
a verb form indicating an existence as doubtful or dependent
a set of verb forms that would represent a denoted act or state not as fact but as contingent or possible or viewed emotionally (as with doubt or desire) The "would" in the last sentence makes its mood subjunctive
a mood that represent an act or state (not as a fact but) as contingent or possible
inflected to indicate that an act or state of being is possible, contingent or hypothetical, and not a fact. English examples include so be it; I wouldn't if I were you; were I a younger man, I would fight back; I asked that he leave
{i} subjunctive mood, verb in the subjunctive mood (Grammar)
relating to a mood of verbs; "subjunctive verb endings
relating to a mood of verbs; "subjunctive verb endings"
subjunctive mood
Mood expressing an action or state which is hypothetical or anticipated rather than actual, including wishes and commands

I want that he go.

subjunctive moods
plural form of subjunctive mood
subjunctive mood
a mood that represent an act or state (not as a fact but) as contingent or possible
imperfect subjunctive
The imperfect tense in the subjunctive mood
present subjunctive
The present tense in the subjunctive mood
subjunctive

    Hyphenation

    sub·junc·tive

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ s&b-'j&n(k)-tiv ] (adjective.) 1530. From Latin subjunctivus (“serving to join, connecting, in grammar applies to the subjunctive mode”) subjungere (“to add, join, subjoin”) sub (“under”) + jungere (“to join, yoke”); see join.

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