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1 Subjunctive with Ojalá and Verbs of Hope p. 217 Avancemos 2

2 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  Here is what English does:  Infinitive = express what you want somebody to do.  Example:  I want John to arrive.

3 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  Present = express what you hope somebody does.  Example:  I hope John arrives.

4 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  Conditional = what you wish someone would do.  Example:  I wish John would arrive.

5 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  In Spanish you can express all three with the subjunctive.  Quiero que John llegue.  Espero que John llegue.  Deseo que John llegue.

6 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  After verbs of hope, use the subjunctive if there is a subject change.  Verbs of hope:  desear  esperar  querer

7 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  Ella quiere que su hijo se comporte bien.  Nosotros deseamos que ustedes reciclen.  Espero que tú no seas orgulloso.

8 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  Use the infinitive and omit “que” if there is no change of subject.  El niño quiere comportarse bien.  Los empleados quieren destacarse por su trabajo.

9 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  Ojalá also expresses hope.  It has only one form and cannot be conjugated.  Ojalá can be used with or without “que”.  But you MUST use the subjunctive with ojalá.

10 Subjunctive with Ojalá & Verbs of Hope  Ojalá no llueva mañana.  (without “que”)  Ojalá que tengamos tiempo.  I hope we will have time.


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