How do you know when to use the subjunctive form of a verb?
Use the subjunctive form to express doubt that the action has actually taken place, or to express a wish that the action would take place. An English word I like to compare the subjunctive form to is "if".
How do I break through my fitness plateau?
I recommend changing up your workouts and incorporating different foods into your diet. By adding heavier weights to your workout regime, you'll increase muscle tone, and muscle burns more calories than fat does. By adding different foods, you don't let your body get adjusted to a certain steady diet. Vary your caloric intake by a few hundred calories each day, and make sure to eat plenty of lean proteins and healthy fats.
What should I write my college essay about?
You should write your college essay about something totally unique to you. You don't have a lot of word space-- your admissions officers don't want to read a 10 page paper about your summer trip to Paris, so I suggest going for a micro-topic. Pick something very small and very special to you, and go deep into your writing to explain how this small feature of your life has had an impact on you, the lessons you've taken away from it, and how you will continue to interact with this part of your life in college.