72 - c sound (like a k ), use qu rather than c in all forms...

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Any verb that ends in -  car, -gar,  or  -zar  will use the endings and rules explained above for creating  the present subjunctive, but to preserve the correct pronunciation of that letter, it will undergo a  spelling change in the letter that precedes the subjunctive ending. You learned about a similar  spelling change in the preterit tense that happens for the same reason, but in the preterit, this  spelling change affects only the  yo  form. In the present subjunctive, the spelling change occurs in all  forms.  To maintain the hard 
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Unformatted text preview: c sound (like a k ), use qu rather than c in all forms of the present subjunctive for any verb whose infinitive form ends in - car . Table 4 provides the subjunctive forms of common - car verbs. Because the l form is the same as the yo form, it is not listed. TABLE 4 Common Verbs That End in - car and Their Subjunctive Forms Infinitive Subjunctive Endings aparcar (to park) aparque, aparques, aparquemos, aparquis, aparquen aplicar (to apply) aplique, apliques, apliquemos, apliquis, apliquen...
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