PAST SUBJUNCTIVE - PAST SUBJUNCTIVE 0. You will now learn...

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PAST SUBJUNCTIVE 0. You will now learn how to form and use the past subjunctive ( el pretérito imperfecto de subjuntivo ), also called the imperfect subjunctive. 1. Like the present subjunctive, the past subjunctive is used mainly in multiple-clause sentences which express states and conditions such as will, influence, emotion, commands, indefiniteness, and non-existence. estudiar aprender recibir SINGULAR FORMS yo estudiara aprendiera recibiera estudiaras aprendieras recibieras Ud. / él / ella estudiara aprendiera recibiera PLURAL FORMS nosotros/as estudiáramos aprendiéramos recibiéramos vosotros/as estudiarais aprendierais recibierais Uds. / ellos / ellas estudiaran aprendieran recibieran ¡ATENCIÓN! 2. Note that the nosotros/as form of the past subjunctive always has a written accent. 3. The past subjunctive endings are the same for all verbs. -ra -ramos -ras -rais -ra -ran 4. The past subjunctive is formed using the Uds. / ellos / ellas form of the preterite. By dropping the –ron ending from this preterite form, you
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