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If I was President, I would call an immediate halt to the development

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Subjunctive Mood:
Situation 1: To indicate a hypothetical situation, a wish, or a circumstance contrary-to-fact.
When contemplating hypothetical or contrary-to-fact situations, always use were and would. Even if the subject is singular you will still use ‘were’ and not ‘was’.
Examples: • If I were rich, I would buy a BMW
Situation 2: To make a suggestion, demand, recommendation, etc
Verbs such as order, suggest, demand, Propose, Suggest, Dictate , recommend, etc must be followed by that and the infinitive form of the verb being ordered or suggested, without the to.
Examples: • The teacher recommended that Jerry be expelled from the class.
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