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If I were to have been writing an article about [[subjunctive]]s, what would you say?
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definition of passive progressive: someone who says, “If that construction were to have had been being used as a [[passive subjunctive perfect progressive]], would you hold it against me?”
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The definition of passive progressive: someone who says, “If that construction were to have had been being used as a [[passive subjunctive perfect progressive]], would you hold it against me? That is to say, would it have had been being held against me by you?”
  
 
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If I were to have been writing an article about subjunctives, what would you say?

The definition of passive progressive: someone who says, “If that construction were to have had been being used as a passive subjunctive perfect progressive, would you hold it against me? That is to say, would it have had been being held against me by you?”

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