The other day I joked that most of my memories of Spanish in high school were of trying to learn and conjugate the subjunctive, an activity for which English speakers are not well-prepared.
In fact, the only example of a unique subjunctive verb conjugation I can think of in English is "were". For example in "if I were a rich man,..."
I am sure there must be others. I could Google it, but does anyone know any off hand?
Update: We already have an awesome answer in the comments. Though I am unclear how anyone that proficient in grammar can stand to regularly read this blog. Makes me even more self-conscious about proof-reading better, which I actually have been attempting, even if the results are not obvious.