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Spanish, Subjunctive.

The subjunctive tense is used for many reasons; this flashcard set is created for the use of subjunctive to express desire. As well as there being examples of subjunctive verbs in the terms there are some common expressions that introduce an aspect of desire into the sentance, therefore triggering the use of the subjunctive. Once you get the hang of subjunctive it's fairly simple. can be a way to show that the speaker is reacting emotionally to the event referred to. e.g. "me alegro que trabaje…
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esperar que...
to hope that...
insistir en que...
to insist that...
mandar que...
to order that...
preferir que...
to prefer that...
prohibir que...
to prohibit that...
querer que...
to want that...
es aconsejable que...
it's adviseable that...
es necesario que...
it's necessary that...
pedir que...
to ask that...
recomendar que...
to recommend that...
rogar que...
to plead that...
sugerir que...
to suggest that...
no dubar que...
to not doubt that...
creer que...
to believe that...
estar seguro que...
to be sure that...
no es dudoso que...
it's not doubtful that...
no hay duda que...
there is no doubt that...
Hable
I speak
Hables
You speak
Hable
He/She/It speaks
Hablemos
we speak
Hablen
they speak
Beba
I drink
Bebas
You drink
Beba
He/She/It drinks
Bebamos
We drink
Bebáis
You (pl) drink
Beban
They drink
Viva
I live
Vivas
You live
Viva
He/She/It lives
Vivamos
We live
Vivan
They live
haga
I make/do
hagas
you make/do
haga
he/she/it makes/does
hagamos
we make/do
hagan
they make/do
vaya
I go
vayas
you go
vaya
he/she it goes
vayamos
we go
vayan
they go
tenga
I have
tengas
you have
tenga
he/she/it has
tengamos
we have
tengan
they have
sea
I am
seas
you are
sea
he/she/it is
seamos
we are
sean
they are
sepa
I know
sepas
you know
sepa
he/she/it knows
sepamos
we know
sepan
they know
salga
I leave/go out
salgas
you leave/go out
salga
he/she/it leaves/goes out
salgamos
we leave/go out
salgan
they leave/go out