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Grammar book weeks 9-18 Sp3h:

Grammar book weeks 9-18 Sp3h Logan “Laurencio” Johnson Linares

Table of Contents :

Table of Contents Imperfecto Possesive Reflexives Preterite vs Imperfect Por y Para Commands Present Subjunctive Subjunctive with verbs of will and influence Subjunctive with verbs of emotion Subjunctive with verbs o doubt and disbelief Subjunctive conjuction

Present Subjunctive:

Present Subjunctive Expresses mood: towards events, actions, or states that the speaker views as uncertain or hypothetical Often in sentences with a main clause and a subordinate clause. Main clause contains a verb or expression that triggers the use of the subjunctive in the subordinate clause. Que connects these clasues

Subjunctive with verbs of will and influence.:

Subjunctive with verbs of will and influence. Often used when someone wants to affect the actions or behavior of other people. Some impersonal expressions convey will or influence such as: necessario que, es importante que, es mejor que Indirect object pronouns are often used Infinitives are used with expressions if there is no change in the subject.

Subjunctive with emotion:

Subjunctive with emotion When the main clause of the sentence expresses an emotion or feeling, use the subjunctive in the subordinate clause. Infinitive goes after an expression of emotion when there is no change of subject. The expression “ojala que” is always followed by the subjunctive.

Subjunctive with verbs of doubt or disbelief:

Subjunctive with verbs of doubt or disbelief Subjunctive is used in a subordinate clause when there is a change of subject and the main clause implies negation or uncertainty. Use the infinitive after an expression of uncertainty doubt disbelief or denial when there is no change of subject. Use indicative when it indicates certainty.

Subjunctive conjunctions:

Subjunctive conjunctions Conjunctions are words or phrases that connect clauses in sentences. Conjunctions always require a subjunctive. Use infinitive after the preposition antes de, para, and sin when there is no change of subject. Express future actions or commands. Use the indicative if the verb of main clause expresses an action that habitually happens or that happened in the past.