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Please I need your help!!

Is this sentence "I don't want to continue whereas the working conditions be like these" correct or not?

My main doubt is with the form "be" cos I'm not sure if it is correct be or would be better "are". I guess the correct answer is "be" because it is in the subjuntivo mood, but I'm not sure about it. :/

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scarf hat 494Is this sentence "I don't want to continue whereas the working conditions be like these" correct or not?

You are using "whereas" wrong. I guess you mean "I don't want to continue if the working conditions are like this."

scarf hat 494My main doubt is with the form "be" cos I'm not sure if it is correct be or would be better "are".

The subjunctive is deader than that. Use "are". Also use "because". "Cos" is texting.

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scarf hat 494I don't want to continue whereas as long as the working conditions be are like these.

As shown above.

scarf hat 494I guess the correct answer is "be" because it is in the subjunctive mood ...

No. Neither the wrong word 'whereas' nor the correct 'as long as' takes the subjunctive. The subjunctive is much less used in English than in other languages which have it.

CJ