French 202 Expressions That ALWAYS Require the Subjunctive

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Expressions That ALWAYS Require the Subjunctive Expressions that by their very nature are uncertain, hypothetical or emotional are always followed by the subjunctive. Expressions of will, doubt and emotion: Vouloir que Douter que Avoir peur de Craindre que Regretter que Etre content que (content) étonné que (astonished) heureux que (happy) ravi que (delighted) surpris que (surprise) triste que (sad) etc.
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Unformatted text preview: Je veux que nous sortions ensemble ce soir. I want us to go out together tonight. Mon professeur doute que je lise Le Monde tous les jours. My professor doubts that I read Le Monde every day. J’ai peur que vous disiez des bêtises! I am afraid you will talk nonsense ! Il est ravi que nous nous soyons enfin mariés ! He is delighted that we got maried at last !...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course FRENCH 202 taught by Professor Can'tremember during the Fall '06 term at Ithaca College.

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