Uses... - Uses of the Present Subjunctive Desire hope or...

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Uses of Direct Objects: A direct object is a noun or noun phrase that receives the action of the verb. Uses of Preterite Tenses: An action that has a definite beginning and end An action that interrupted another that was going on Uses of Imperfect Tenses: Repeated or habitual action To describe people, places, or situations in the past Continuous action Action that was happening when another interrupted it.
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Unformatted text preview: Uses of the Present Subjunctive: Desire, hope, or indirect command Emotional reaction Doubt or negation Probability Hypothetical situations Uses of Para : Purpose Destination or Intentions For or by a certain time Opinion Uses of Por : Motive Time period Movement By means of In exchange for In favor of Passive voice •...
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