- Do you use subjunctive in questions?
- Does no pienso que trigger subjunctive?
- Do you use subjunctive with Pensar que?
- Do you always use subjunctive after para que?
- Do you conjugate after que?
- Can you conjugate two verbs in a row?
- Do you conjugate all verbs in a sentence?
- Is que an important subjunctive?
- Do you think subjunctive in Spanish?
- Do you use subjunctive with Dudo que?
- Why is que used so much in Spanish?
Do you use subjunctive in questions?
When in the affirmative, even in a question, the subjunctive is not required in the subjoined verb.
The way you have stated the question is correct, however I would have used the verb “creer” instead.
If the answer is in the negative, then the subjunctive would be used..
Does no pienso que trigger subjunctive?
An example would be “No creo que él pueda ir”, or in English “I don’t think (believe) he can go.” Also, the affirmative phrase “Pienso que” shows confidence, but the phrase “No pienso que” shows doubt and would trigger the subjunctive.
Do you use subjunctive with Pensar que?
Generally, the indicative is used with creer que or pensar que, while the subjunctive is used with no creer que or no pensar que.
Do you always use subjunctive after para que?
“Para” and “para que” both mean “in order to” or “so that”, but you cannot use whichever one you feel like. However, with a change of subject you must use “para que” plus subjunctive. (The “que” introduces the change of subject). … This would be when using the imperfect subjunctive.
Do you conjugate after que?
It is subjunctive because whenever you give an order, recommendation, etc.. inside a d.o. (‘que..’) rather than with a verb in imperative mood, it needs to be in subjunctive. In fact you could simply say “Toma la medicina” to say the same thing, but more emphatically.
Can you conjugate two verbs in a row?
Certainly! Theoretically you could conjugate all kinds of verbs in a single sentence, but to keep it simple here’s a very basic example: Tengo hambre pero no quiero ir a una restaurante. ‘Tener’ and ‘querer’ are both conjugated in this case.
Do you conjugate all verbs in a sentence?
No, you don’t anymore than you do in English. There are times when you need to change verbs depending on what they mean, but generally only one verb is conjugated to the subject in a given clause, and clauses in Spanish are generally well demarcated.
Is que an important subjunctive?
Yes, es importante requires the subjunctive: Por ejemplo … Es importante que recordemos esta fecha. It is important that we remember this date.
Do you think subjunctive in Spanish?
You do need the subjunctive when creer is in a question. Like Dandi has said, statements like “I believe/I think” denote certainty. As a result, the clauses that follow these statements are statements of fact or declarations of what the speaker considers to be true.
Do you use subjunctive with Dudo que?
It is perfectly possible to use the subjunctive when both clauses refer to the same subject. Dudo que yo pueda ir a la fiesta. I doubt I can go to the party.
Why is que used so much in Spanish?
Que is the most common word in Spanish, according to one study I read. It’s most often used as a conjunction and/or relative pronoun, then (with tilde) as interrogative “What” (Qué). … Que es una palabra maravillosa, tan útil por la lengua que sería difícil escribir más de unas pocas oraciones sin ella.