Presentación del tema: "Usos de subjuntivo Subjunctive exists in English, though only rarely does it differ in form from the indicative. Por ejemplo I wish I knew…. If I had a."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Usos de subjuntivo Subjunctive exists in English, though only rarely does it differ in form from the indicative. Por ejemplo I wish I knew…. If I had a million dollars … If I were… The subjunctive is used after verbs of will and influence, verbs of emotion and verbs of doubt and denial. We are going to to treat becoming proficient in subjunctive as a process, adding a few uses at a time!
1. Ojalá que The expression ojalá que is always folllowed by subjunctive! The use of que with ojalá is optional. It means “I hope” or “hopefully” and originally came from an arabic word meaning something like “may Allah grant that.”
2. Quizás, Tal vez These 2 expressions most often signal uncertainty of some kind. They mean “maybe, perhaps” in English When they indicate uncertainty or doubt they are followed by subjunctive. ( this is most of the time) So, for our purposes at present we will assume that they will be followed by subjunctive.
Rellena el espacio con la forma correcta del subjuntivo 1. Ojalá que no (nevar) 2. Quizás mi amigo (llegar) a tiempo al estreno. 3. Taz vez nosotros (poder) oír la banda sonora primero 4. Ojalá que José (irse) 5. Quizás ellos lo (buscar) 6. Tal vez el maestro no nos ( dar ) un examen. 7. Ojalá que el locutor (ser) cómico. nieve/ Hopefully it…. Llegue / Perhaps my friend… Podamos / Maybe, Perhaps we …… Se vaya/ Hopefully José …. Busquen / Perhaps, maybe they…. Dé / Perhaps, maybe the teacher won’t…. Sea/ Hopefully the radio announcer ….