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Ch. 4 4.3

Spanish 2 Subjunctive with Conjuctions

Conjunctions that REQUIRE the SUBJUNCTIVE: a menos que unless
antes (de) que before
con tal (de) que provided that
en caso (de) que in case
para que so that
sin que without
After the prepositions antes de, para, and sin, que + infinitive is used after these prepositions when there is NO CHANGE to the subject--FLIP CARD With a CHANGE in subject, the prepositions, antes de, para, and sin, REQUIRE the subjunctive--que + subjunctive
Conjunctions with SUBJUNCTIVE or INDICATIVE (present tense) cuando when
despu├ęs de que after
en cuanto as soon as
hasta que until
tan pronto como as soon as
Main clause = future action or command--FLIP CARD use the conjunctions with SUBJUNCTIVE in the subordinate clause
Main clause = verb expresses an action that habitually happens or that happened in the past--FLIP CARD use the conjunctions with INDICATIVE in the subordinate clause
Created by: vblackford