SUBJUNTIVO DEL PRESENTE--Verbos de deseo (explicación)

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SUBJUNTIVO DEL PRESENTE: VERBOS DE DESEO (NECESIDAD) When the first verb or expression, the one found in the main clause before “que” , indicates desire, necessity, preference, hope, etc. it is called a “verbo o expresión de deseo” . This means that the second verb, the one found in the dependent clause (following “que” ) must be written in the subjunctive. I. a. You cannot use the subjunctive unless there is a “que” after the verb in the main clause. If no “que” follows that verb, you simply write the infinitive: Yo quiero salir (I want to leave ) Ellos esperan graduarse en diciembre. (They hope to graduate in December.) Es mejor tener un examen el lunes que el miércoles, porque los estudiantes tienen todo el fin de semana para estudiar . (It’s better to have a test on Monday rather than on Wednesday, because the students have all weekend to study.) b. However, if someone wants someone else to do something, you must write “que” after the first verb and then write the second verb in the subjunctive. Yo
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