 Noun clauses after verb of urgency are form  by using the base form of the verb in the  noun clause.- Ex: the Disney com...
  Verb of Urgency include demand, insist,  suggest, recommend, propose, request, and  urge.- Ex: the officials demanded t...
  Expressions of urgency include it is  essential, it is critical, it is vital, it is  necessary, it is important, it is ...
  the verb in the main clause can be in any  tense – present, past, or future.- Ex: the Celebration Foundation will sugge...
  For negative statements, use not plus the  base form.- Ex: the architects insisted that garages not  face the street.
  For passive voice, use be plus the base form.- Ex: the new Celebration principal suggested  that textbooks be required ...
 Using that after a verb is optional.-Ex: the Celebration “Old-Timers”club recommended [that] all new resident attend the...
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Noun clauses aftter verb or expression of urgency

  1. 1.  Noun clauses after verb of urgency are form by using the base form of the verb in the noun clause.- Ex: the Disney company suggested that the famous architect, Robert Stern, design only six styles of homes.
  2. 2.  Verb of Urgency include demand, insist, suggest, recommend, propose, request, and urge.- Ex: the officials demanded that she remove the “For Sale” sign from front lawn.
  3. 3.  Expressions of urgency include it is essential, it is critical, it is vital, it is necessary, it is important, it is urgent, it is advisable, and it is preferable.- Ex: it is critical that all new residents read the pattern book before moving to Celebration.
  4. 4.  the verb in the main clause can be in any tense – present, past, or future.- Ex: the Celebration Foundation will suggest that Jane Mansfield get the Celebration Good Neighbor Award.
  5. 5.  For negative statements, use not plus the base form.- Ex: the architects insisted that garages not face the street.
  6. 6.  For passive voice, use be plus the base form.- Ex: the new Celebration principal suggested that textbooks be required in all classes.
  7. 7.  Using that after a verb is optional.-Ex: the Celebration “Old-Timers”club recommended [that] all new resident attend the welcome event.

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