Presente Subj Clausulas Adverbiales SPAN 309 tp9

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Introduction to Subjunctive in Adverbial Clauses Q- What are the general rules to form the Subjunctive? A- We have 4: 1- Two different clauses 2- Two different subjects 3- Clauses linked with “que” 4- In the main clause we need to express doubt, probability, possibility, give an order, make a request, prohibit someone from doing something… - Now that we know the general rules, let´s study the exceptions : Subjunctive in a sentence with two clauses, with “que”, BUT with only one subject: Ie. Espero que pueda ir a España este verano (Espero poder ir a España este verano) ** more common Subjunctive in a sentence with two clauses, two subjects, BUT no “que”: Ie. Nosotros empezaremos a cenar cuando ellos lleguen 1 st Subj Adv 2 nd Subj Subjunctive Subjunctive with two clauses BUT with no “que” and with only one subject: Ie. Quiero vivir en una ciudad donde me pueda divertir Adv Subjunctive - General rule to use Subjunctive in Adverbial Clauses: If the actions of the two clauses have not happened yet (they represent a future action or an anticipated outcome), then the verb in the subordinate clause that follows the adverb is in the Subjunctive . Ie. Pienso comer la cena tan pronto como llegue a casa If the action of the subordinate clause is habitual and happens in the present time, then the verb in that subordinate clause is in the Indicative . Ie. Todos los días como la cena tan pronto como llego a casa SOMETHING UNKNOWN / ANTICIPATED OUTCOME SUBJUNCTIVE SOMETHING KNOWN / HAS BEEN EXPERIENCED INDICATIVE 1
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El Indicativo y el Subjuntivo en las Cláusulas Adverbiales * Un adverbio es una palabra que indica la forma, el tiempo, el lugar, el propósito o la condición de una acción verbal. Ej. Vamos al cine después. * Una cláusula adverbial es aquella que describe una acción verbal. Esta cláusula va unida a la cláusula principal mediante un adverbio o conjunción adverbial. Ej. Vamos al cine después de que ellos cenen . Cláusula
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