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Copy of Spanish- Subjunctive Tense #2

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Subjuntivo Nosotros aprendemos la conjugacion de verbos subjuntivo la semana pasada. Ahora, vamos aprender el subjuntivo con los verbos y las expresiones de emoción. Verbos de emoción: alegrarse (de)
esperar
gustar
molestar
sentir (e:ie)
sorprender
temer to be happy
to hope; to wish
to be pleasing; to like
to bother
to be sorry
to surprise
to be afraid Unos verbos de emoción necesitan los pronombres del objeto indirecto.
gustar
molestar
soprender La expresión "ojalá que" significa "I hope" o "I wish".
Es siempre seguir por el verbo subjuntivo. Recomendamos los sitios web:
www.studyspanish.com
conjuguemos.com POR EJEMPLO: [Temo] que [Ana no pueda ir mañana con nosotros.]

Siento que tú no puedas venir mañana.

Es triste que tengamos problemas con la deforestactión. Por ejemplo: Me molesta que la gente no recicle el plástico.

Nos alegramos de que te gusten las flores. Cuando usamos la expresión "ojalá," no es necesario usar "que," pero podemos.
Ojalá (que) recojan la basura hoy. Vamos practicar con los verbos de emoción. Expresiones de emoción: tener miedo (de)
es extraño
es una lástima
es ridículo
es terrible
es triste
ojalá (que) to be afraid (of)
it's strange
it's a shame
it's ridiculous
it's terrible
it's sad
I hope (that);
I wish (that) 1. I am happy that you are coming to the party.
2. It is sad that you are going to Spain.
3. It is terrible that Ana and Carl are sick.
4. I am sorry that you can't come tomorrow.
5. I hope that you go to the lake this weekend.
6. I'm afraid that Ana won't be able to go with us tomorrow.
7. It's sad that we have problems with deforestation.
8. It bothers me that people don't recycle plastic.
9. We are happy that you like the flowers.
10. I hope that they collect (recoger) the garbage today.
11. I hope that you recycle the plastic cup.
12. Ana is happy that her husband knows (saber) how to dance.
13. It surprises me that you do not want to visit the rainforest.
14. They are sorry we cannot attend (asistir) the class.
15. It bothers me that there are few trees in the neighborhood. En Inglés...

When the verb in the main clause of a sentence expresses an emotion or feeling, the subjunctive is required in the subordinate clause. Por Ejemplo: ¡En grupos de
dos!
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