Spanish 2102 test review - Spanish IV Exam 2 Chapters 9 10...

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Spanish IV --- Exam 2 --- Chapters 9 & 10 Imperfect Subjunctive Uses : - Influencing, Suggesting, Persuading, Advising (Chapter 5) - Feelings, Emotions, Opinions, Belief, Doubt (Chapter 6) - Unknown, Pending Actions (Chapter 7) - Restriction, Possibility, Purpose, Time (Chapter 8) in reference to the past . Form : - Use the third person plural of the preterit, drop the –ron ending, and add the following subjunctive endings. -ar (pagar)  pagaron -er (poder)  pudieron -ir (pedir)  pidieron pagaRA pudieRA pidieRA pagaRAS pudieRAS pidieRAS pagaRA pudieRA pidieRA pagáRAMOS * pudiéRAMOS * pidiéRAMOS * pagaRAN pudieRAN pidieRAN *Note the accent on the third to last syllable of the verb in “nosotros” form. - Once you have determined that a subjunctive form is needed, you must decide which of the following forms to use : - Present Subjunctive : que compre, que compres, etc. - Uses listed above - Mi jefe va a querer que yo trabaje en su estudio de arte. - My boss is going to want me to work in his art studio. - Present Perfect Subjunctive : que haya comprado , que hayas comprado , etc. - Used to express present feelings about past actions - Es probable que el artesano haya visto ese cuadro. - It’s probable that the artisan has seen the painting - Imperfect Subjunctive : que comprara , que compraras , etc. - Uses listed above, in reference to the past - Ella me aconsejó que comprara esa reproducción. - She advised me to buy that reproduction. - How to determine which of the above forms to use : Verb Tense in Independent Clause Verb Tense in Dependent Clause FORM Present/Future Present/Future Present Subjunctive Present Past Present Perfect Subjunctive Past Past Imperfect Subjunctive
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The Passive Voice - Used to place emphasis on the action and the receiver of the action, instead of the doer of the action.
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  • Spring '08
  • AZENARA
  • Spanish, Romance languages, Grammatical mood, por, por si las, por si acaso

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