Subjunctive Practice 1

There are two uses for the subjunctive mood:

Use 1Use 2
use with "that" clausesuse with statements that are not true and cannot be true
infinitive form is used, regardless of personwere is used, regardless of person
verbs expressing demands, obligations, requirements, recommendations, suggestions, etc.
He suggested that I be on time in future.His cold made him sound as if he were 90 years old.
His boss recommended that he take a vacation.If I were you, I wouldn't do that.

Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb.

1. He said that he to order a pizza for dinner. (want/wanted)

2. The doctor asked that he smoking immediately. (stop/stops)

3. The neighbour threatened to call the police if there any more noise. (was/were)

4. I wish I younger. (was/were)

5. I told him that my birthday in June. (be/is)

6. If he older, I would marry him. (was/were)