S210 Second-Year Spanish Composition ___________________


Practice: The Subjunctive in Noun, Adverbial, and Adjectival Clauses


For each sentence, if it were to be translated into good Spanish, determine:

  1. If it contains a noun clause, an adverbial clause, or an adjectival clause.
  2. If it should use the subjunctive or indicative or infinitive if it does indeed have one of the above-mentioned clauses.

Sentence

Noun, Adverbial,
or Adjectival
clause?
Noun / Adv / Adj / None

Subj. / indic. /
or infin.? S/Ind/Inf

1. I don't know when we can come to visit you.    
2. We met that new teacher you like.    
3. I hope you didn't buy me anything for Valentine's day.    
4. Jorge didn't find any software that would work for us.    
5. Unless the kids help out, they won't get any allowance.    
6. Do you have any CD's that feature Hispanic music?    
7. Don't tell me I need a new computer.    
8. Are you glad when you find mistakes?    
9. Can I ask you to do another favor for me?    
10. Even if I knew the answer I wouldn't tell you.    
11. She won't wash any windows that are on outside walls.    
12. Do you have a dollar you can give me?    
13. When are you going to relax?    
14. Can I read the book you wrote?    
15. Is there any reason to keep on fighting?    
16. I want her to give me the money I loaned her as soon as she can.    

[answers]


Fred Jehle jehle@ipfw.edu
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