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    Present subjunctive

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    1. He's cutting down the wrong tree, it's imperative that he (to stop) immediately that disaster!

    2. It is important that I (to refuel) in order not to run out of gas.

    3. This problem must be solved, so it is crucial that he (to speak) to Mr Harris.

    4. Wake up, my friend ! It becomes really necessary that you (to do) your job as soon as possible.

    5. It is best that they all (to be) aware about the dangers of this situation.

    6. It cannot continue anymore. It is vital that this situation (to evolve) for the benefit of all.

    7. It's a bad idea that they (to climb) this mountain in such snowy weather!

    8. It is desirable that she (to wait) until the end of the day before acting.

    9. It is imperative that everything (to be) ready by two o'clock.

    10. It is urgent that they (to speak) to their lawyer. They are not guilty!

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