Unformatted text preview: • The sentence must contain two different clauses with two different subjects. • The clauses must be joined by que (that) or, in special instances, by qui . • One of the clauses must show wishing, wanting, need, necessity, emotion, doubt, or denial. A French sentence using the subjunctive may have a differing English syntax that often omits the word “that” and uses an infinitive instead: Il est nécessaire que tu arrives tôt . (You have to arrive early. It is necessary that you arrive early.)...
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- Spring '08
- French, present subjunctive refers