The present subjunctive of regular verbs and of many irregular verbs is formed by droping the

The present subjunctive of regular verbs and of many irregular verbs is formed by droping the

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The present subjunctive of regular verbs and of many irregular verbs is formed by droping the  -   ent  from the third person plural  (ils/elles)  form of the present tense and adding the following endings, as  shown in  Table  1  .  TABLE 1 The Present Subjunctive of Regular Verbs
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Unformatted text preview: Subject Ending-er verbs-ir verbs-re verbs aim ent agiss ent rend ent je-e aim e agiss e rend e tu-es aim es agiss es rend es il-e aim e agiss e rend e nous-ons aim ions agiss ions rend ions vous-ez aim iez agiss iez rend iez ils-ent aim ent agiss ent rend ent...
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