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  1. The subjunctive is more common in Spanish than in English. It is used to express desire, certain kinds of commands, and to express what may be rather than what is a fact.
    07-09-2009 by dylonrodolfo
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  2. In dependent clauses the subjunctive is much more common in Spanish than in English. In most cases where the subjunctive is required in Spanish, the English uses the indicative or an infinitive phrase.
    08-09-2009 by jinnongsio and 1 other
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  3. The present perfect tense in the principal clause requires a present or past subjunctive in the dependent clause, if the verb of the latter relates to a time coexistent with, or subsequent to, that of the principal verb.
    10-09-2009 by pilanzjmtm
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  4. In dependent clauses the subjunctive is much more common in Spanish than in English. In most cases where the subjunctive is required in Spanish, the English uses the indicative or an infinitive phrase.
    21-01-2010 by jeanette9q and 1 other
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