S210 Second-Year Spanish Composition F. Jehle


Practice: The Subjunctive in Noun Clauses


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

  1. *If it (the Spanish equivalent) contains a noun clause .
  2. *If a change of subject is involved.
  3. If a verb of influence, emotion, doubt, or negation is involved.
  4. If the subjunctive or indicative is needed.

*If the answer is “no” in any of these cases, you don't need to continue for that sentence.

Careful! Some adjectival and adverbial clauses may be included.

Sentence

Noun
clause?


Y/N

Change
of
subject?

Y/N

Influence,
emotion,
doubt,
negation?
Y/N

Subj.
or
indic.?

S/I

1. I need to talk to you.        
2. Ana hopes you'll take her out.        
3. José's going to ask for Juana's dictionary.        
4. It's a shame we don't have the answers.        
5. We like for you to read aloud.        
6. Everyone needs a friend that appreciates them.        
7. We deny they've done any harm.        
8. I'm not sure you love me.        
9. It's true that we have a test tomorrow.        
10. We'll be sad unless you stay with us.        
11. I say that you are completely wrong.        
12. I'll be delighted if you win the game.        
13. He wants her to give him directions.        
14. It's ridiculous that they keep saying no.        
15. We think she'll come to our party tonight.        
16. Then you don't deny that I'm right.        
17. She keeps telling me to clean my room.        
18. Do you prefer to watch a movie tonight?        

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