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Presente y Preterito

El Presente y El Preterito Perfecto de Subjuntivo

Maybe he is sick today. (expresar hipotesis) Tal vez el esté enferme hoy.
Possibly they lost their dog. (expresar hipotesis) Posiblemente pierdan a su perro.
That's good! (comienzan con "que") ¡Que buena! (Este ejemplo no sirve)
Safe travels! (comienzan con "que") ¡Que viajes seguro!
Whatever. (oraciones con elipsis) Lo que sea.
That is. (oraciones con elipsis) O sea. Esta expresión es cuando exponemos una serie de argumentos y para terminar y decir nuestra conclusión decimos "o se que" It is like "in conclusion"
You mother tells you to go home. (repetir una orden o un ruego de forma indirecta) Dice tu madre que te vayas a casa.
The traffic sign says to stop here (repetir una orden o un ruego de forma indirecta) Dice la señal de trafico que te detengas aquí.
He wants a car that has red wheels. (cuando no se describe la realidad sino un deseo etc) Quiere un coche que tenga las puertas rojas.
They are searching the internet for a hotel that is open 24 hours. (cuando no se describe la realidad sino un deseo etc) Busquen en internet un hotel que abra las veinticuatro horas.
I would like you to offer me a job. (En las oraciones subordinadas que comienzan con que después de deseos, ordenes, ruegos, autorizaciones, consejos, intenciones, propósitos, propuestas y ofrecimientos) Me gustaría que me ofrezcas (ofrecieras/ofrecieses) un trabajo.
I am surprised that you are not late. (En las oraciones subordinadas que comienzan con que después de manifestaciones del estado de animo y sentimientos) Me sorprendido que no hayas llegado tarde.
It is fantastic that you won the race. (En las oraciones subordinadas que comienzan con que después de expresar una opinión, una evaluación o calificación, una reacción) Es fantástico que tu ganes la carrera.
Created by: Andrew Hornsby
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