Chapter 17

Chapter 17 - expressions of emotion and doubt nonexistent...

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Chapter 17 Formation of the past subjunctive Take ellos/ellas/Uds. form of preterite and replace ‘-on’ ending with past subjunctive ending hablar hablaron hablar- + -a -as -a -amos -ais -an -ar/-er stem changing verbs DO NOT have stem change in past subjunctive -ir stem changing verbs DO have stem change in past subjunctive dormir durmieron durmier- + … irregular preterite verbs remain irregular in past subjunctive Use of the past subjunctive Like present subjunctive, past subjunctive is used for
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Unformatted text preview: expressions of emotion and doubt nonexistent and indefinite antecedents conjunctions of contingency, purpose, and time Stressed possessive adjectives mo/a(s) my, (of) mine tuyo/a(s) your, (of) yours suyo/a(s) your, (of) yours; his, (of) his; her, (of) hers; its nuestro/a(s) our, (of) ours vuestro/a(s) your, (of) yours suyo/a(s) your, (of) yours; their, (of) theirs Es mi amigo. Es un amigo mo . Hes my friend. Hes a friend of mine....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course SPA 1402 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '07 term at Baylor.

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