129 - Usage of want / wish with present subjunctive mood...

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Unformatted text preview: Usage of want / wish with present subjunctive mood present Grammar Essentials #129 Present subjunctive – usage #129 Present Wants and wishes When constructing a sentence, put When the want or the wish in the first part of the sentence in the Present tense use que, change of subject, and then put the second verb in the Present subjunctive. subjunctive. Words that are used in the wish statements wish There are words that are used the first part There of the present subjunctive construction that would indicate a wish or a want. This list is not inclusive: This Esperar Desear Querer Examples Quiero que ellos reciban el Quiero premio grande. premio Tú esperas que ella cambie su Tú ropa. ropa. ...
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