Laquo and beraquo

Hi Alan, I have a better understanding on the subjunctive form now but what about these verbs you mentioned there: laquo and beraquo.

Hi Richard,

You obviously are a very good observer and you find all of our little typos. It took me a while to figure out what you were referring to in this post but now I got it and we have made the changes. The verb of course is [color=blue]be. There was a formatting error. Please, check out the subjunctive lessson again:


TOEIC listening, photographs: A doctor’s surgery[YSaerTTEW443543]

Rich is our communicator. He finds everything.
:wink: :smiley:


TOEIC listening, photographs: Preparation for a meeting[YSaerTTEW443543]

Thanks Mr Torsten, I noticed it took you a while to pick it up
actually, I was wondering what had happened you didn’t answer right back as usual. I had no clue it was typo, don’t get me wrong, I’m not in the search for mistakes, I just read what you direct me to and when I come across something that is beyond me I got nothing but to ask.
By the way you gave the wrong link but anyhow I reread it and got it right this time around.

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