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Capítulo 2_When do I use the subjunctive?

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Should I always use the subjunctive after "para que"? Yes, and it means so that.
Should I always use the subjunctive after "sin que"? Yes, and it means without.
Should I always use the subjunctive after "a menos que"? Yes, and it means unless.
Should I always use the subjunctive after "antes de que"? Yes, and it means before.
Should I always use the subjunctive after "en caso de que"? Yes, and it means in case that.
When do I use the subjunctive after a phrase with "cuando"? Use subjunctive if the phrase before "cuando" (when) is in the future, like Voy a ir cuando tenga tiempo. _ I am going to go when I have time.
When do I NOT use the subjunctive after a phrase with "cuando"? Do not use the subjunctive if the phrase before "cuando"(when) is in the present tense or in the past tense which makes the next phrase either habitual or certain. Voy al parque cuando tengo tiempo. and Fui al parque cuando tuve tiempo.
When do I use the subjunctive after a phrase with "aunque"? Use the subjunctive if "aunque" means even if. (uncertainty)
When do I NOT use the subjunctive after a phrase with "aunque"? Do not use the subjunctive after "aunque" if it means even though. (certainty)
Will I always see "que" in the phrase before the subjunctive? Yes, "que" meaning "that" is always used with the subjunctive. It is only optional after "Ojalá."
Why do I not see "que" in this sentence with the subjunctive: Ojalá estén allí. It is because "que" is optional after "Ojalá."
Is the subjunctive always used after "que"? No, not at all - only under certain circumstances or conditions expressed in the first part of the sentence, like wishes, emotions, uncertainties, purpose and doubts.
Is the subjunctive always used in sentences with wishes, doubts, emotions, purpose, and uncertainties? No, not at all - not if there is no "que" because that means there is no dependent clause. Yo quiero ir. - I want to go.
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