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134 - subjunctive Ojal can only be used with the “yo”...

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Grammar Essential #134 Usage of ojalá with present subjunctive mood
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Present Subjunctive-Usage When constructing a sentence using present subjunctive with the verb ojalá (I hope), you must put ojalá in the first part of the sentence, have a change of subject, and put the second verb in the present
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Unformatted text preview: subjunctive. Ojalá can only be used with the “yo” form. Examples • Ojalá que nosotros ganemos.-I hope we win. • Ojalá que no llueva.-I hope that it doesn’t rain. • Ojalá que haya burritos para almuerzo.-I hope that there are burritos for lunch....
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