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ADV Spanish 4: Ch1+2

ADV Spanish 4 Test on Chapters 1 and 2

Él/Ella espera que el chico/la chica le hable He/She hopes (that) the boy/girl talks to him her
Él/Ella espera que sus amigos recuerden su cumpleaños He/She hopes (that) his/her friends remember his/her birthday
Él/Ella quiere que tú mires la película con él/ella He/She wants you to watch the movie with him/her
Él/Ella quiere pasar tiempo con sus amigos He/She wants to spend time with his/her friends
Subjuntivo Subjunctive
Esperanza Hope
Yo quiero que mi amigo me llame I want my friend to call me
Ella quiere que sus mama corra She wants her mom to run
Nosotros queremos que tú bailes We want you to dance
Yo espero que tú comes bien I hope (that) you eat well
Ellos esperan que nosotros cantemos They hope that we sing
Nosotros esperamos que ella encuentres sus gato We hope (that) she finds her cat
Él/Ella siempre quiere que yo visite. He/She always wants me to visit
Yo espero que ellos me escriban durante las vacaciones. I hope (that) they write me during vacation.
Él/Ella espera que nosotros llamemos. He/She hopes (that) we call.
Él/Ella pide que nosotros llamemos. He/She asks us to call.
¿Cómo se conjuga el Subjuntivo? 1: La forma "yo" en el presente (Ex: Yo encuentro). 2: Quitata "o" (Ex: Yo encuentr_). 3: Coloca los "endings" (AR: e, es, e, emos, éis, en) (ER/IR: a, as, as, amos, áis, an) 4: El fin (Encuentre, Encuentres, Encontremos, Encontréis, Encuentren ... )
¿Cuando Usar Subjuntivo? 1: Expresión de querer/esperanza (esperar)/pedidio (pedir) 2: Dos clásulas separados por "que" 3: Dos subjectos distinctos 4: Conjugaciones [(endings, cosas especiales (stem changes, spelling changes, and go verbs)]
Tú me pides que viva cerca. You ask me to live close.
You ask me a favor.
He/She wants everyone to get along.
He/She tells us to eat together.
I tell the boy to sit next to me/across from me.
She says to me, “Good morning.”
He/She desires/wishes to get good grades.
The principal wishes/desires that it won’t doesn’t snow.
I need the students to think in Spanish.
To desire/wish
Created by: Farwalker3
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