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Subj. Adverb.Clauses

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Introduced by what? Conjunctions (certain conjunctions-subjunctive) (other conjunctions-subjunctive or indicative, depending on context)
Conjunctions that REQUIRE the subjunctive? (introduce states or actions that are uncertain or have not yet happened. Commonly express purpose, condition, or intent). Hint: There are 6 a menos que, antes (de) que, con tal (de) que, en caso (de) que, para que, sin que.
What happens if there is no change in subject in the sentence? Use Infinitive after the prepositions para and sin, a pesar de, después de, hasta and drop the que.
After all the other prepositions it is optional to drop the que and use the Infinitive, if there is no change in subject, instead of by which preposition? After A MENOS QUE, ALWAYS use the subjunctive.
Conjunctions followed by subjunctive or indicative. If action in main clause has not yet occured, then the subjunctive is used after conjunctions of time or concession.
Conjunctions followed by both? a pesar de que aunque cuando después (de) que en cuanto hasta que luego (de) que mientras que siempre que tan pronto como
When is the indicative used in the adverbial clause? If the action in the main clause has already happened, or happens habitually.
Created by: jessi3996