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In addition to credit and income requirements,
many landlords also require that, before or at
the time of signing a residential lease, each
prospective renter pay not only the first month
and last month’s rent and
a security deposit
that is usually equal to one month’s rent.
 pay not only the first month and last
month’s rent and
 pays not only the first month and last
month’s rent and
 pays not only the first month and last
month’s rent, but also
 will pay not only the first and last month’s
rent, but also
 pay not only the first and last month’s rent,
but also
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Can somebody provide more explanations here between pay and pays ?

I beleive that a verb after the subjunctive mode never take a singular form, right ???
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Oct 2004, 17:39
mbassmbass04 wrote:
Can somebody provide more explanations here between pay and pays ?

I beleive that a verb after the subjunctive mode never take a singular form, right ???


Subjunctive mode sentences has the following form.

primary verb + that + Subject (optional) + first form of the secondary verb.

here,
primary verb can be request, ask, rule, require, etc...
first form of the secondary verb is the basic form. for ex. if the very is 'be' irrespective of the subject number the first form of the verb is used.

In case someone has a easier way of understanding subjunctives, please share with us.
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Oct 2004, 18:19
couple of points..

1. words like suggestion, desire, demand, intend, require, etc triggers use of subjunctive. Subjunctive is fomed with the word that + the infinitive form of the verb (without the word to)

It was imperative that he FIND a job quickly.

2. IF clauses, when the IF clause express a condition contrary to reality -also triggers subjunctive mood.

If I were rich, I would donate money to charity. if he was is always wrong on the GMAT


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E for me too. I suppose we will never have the OA...
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Landlords also require that .......prospective renter pay not only........ but also
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Could someone please explain why there is an 's before month ????
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There is a 's after month to indicate "belong to". It is not very common
to say this way, and it is hard to pronounce I think.

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