Conjunctions- Subjunctive vs. Infinitif

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also includes verbs that do not take have de after them when they are

attendant que

subjunctive

jusqu'à ce que

subjunctive

avant que

subjunctive

afin que

subjunctive

pour que

subjunctive

de façon que

subjunctive

de sorte que

subjunctive

bien que

subjunctive

encore que

subjunctive

quoique

subjunctive

malgré que

subjunctive

sans que

subjunctive

de crainte que

subjunctive

de peur que

subjunctive

à condition que

subjunctive

pourvu que

subjunctive

à moins que

subjunctive

après que

indicative

aussitôt que

indicative

pendant que

indicative

peut-être que

indicative

puisque

indicative

tandis que

indicative

dès que

indicative

étant donné que

indicative

parce que

indicative

When does "de" precede the infinitive verb (if two subjects are the same)?

After emotion, doubt, or impersonal expressions.

What are the exceptions to the "de" rule?

after préfèrer, aimer, vouloir and il faut.

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