Subjunctive-With Feelings

The subjunctive is not a tense, it is a mood. The subjunctive is brought on by uncertainty, potentiality, prediction, and/or, feelings of want, wish, or desire.

In this we will focus on feelings; In spanish it would be considered a condition. Things like being happy or scared.

There are three different parts of a subjunctive sentence...
1. Two different subjects
2. A Relative pronoun (usually QUE, but also como, or quien)
3. One UWEIRO verb and one subjunctive verb
Want, Wishes, desires
Emotions <----we are focusing on this one
Impersonal observations (it's important that... it's good that...)
Doubt, Disbelief, Denial
To conjugate the subjunctive verb...
1. Take the yo form of the present tense
2. Drop the o ending
3. Add the opposite ending in the conjugated form
-ar verbs: e, es, e, emos, eís, en -------------Ex: hablar: hable, hables, hable, hablemos, hableís, hablen
-er/-ir verbs a, as, a, amos, aís, an ----------Ex: comer: coma, comas, coma, comamos, comaís, coman

Since we are focusing on emotions, we can use words like; happy, scared, sad, excited, surprised, nervous, anger/angry, fear, confused, etc.

I am excited that you are here! --------> ¡Estoy emocionada de que estes aquí!

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<--- practice test to put your skills to use

Answers (please don't peek!)
Part 1:
1.She is happy that they play games.
2.They are worried that she cannot paint.
3.We are sad that you run slowly.
Part 2:
Comer: coma, comas, coma, comamos, comais, coman
Hablar: hable, hables, hable, hablemos, hableis, hablen
Venir: venga, vengas, venga, vengamos, vengais, vengan
Part 3:
(the first blank is yours to fill out, just make sure to use an EMOTION-there are a few examples on this page)
1. jueguen
2. podamos
3. coma