Examples to practice present tense of the subjunctive of the verbs 'desear' and 'querer', using the structure "subjunctive + que + subjunctive"
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A dozen sentences in Spanish with subjunctive + that + subjunctive

The subjunctive one more time and this time, it’s a bit harder as what we want is that you differentiate how we want and we wish things by expressing ourselves with verbs in subjunctive and indicative. Why is it more difficult? Because this time we have looked for examples of sentences in Spanish with subjunctive + that + subjunctive and its verbal correspondence in indicative mood. It is likely that this post is a bit more complicated for you and yet we invite you to practice with it and repeat as many times as you need the examples of sentences in MP3.



For ‘desear’ in… 

a) present tense = subjunctive + que + subjunctive

Es posible que deseen que vuelvan pronto.  (It’s possible they wish that they come back soon.)

Puede que te desee que seas muy feliz. (It’s possible I wish you’ll be happy.)

Probablemente te deseemos que lo consigas. (We probably wish you to get it.)

Quizá deseéis que el coche salga por esa puerta. (Maybe, you wish the car to come out that door.)

Seguramente desee que juegues con él. (Surely, he wishes you to play with him.)


b) present tense = indicative

Puede desearte un buen día. (He may wish you a good day.)

Pueden desearles volver pronto. (They may wish them their comingback soon.)

Puede desearte mucha felicidad. (He may wish you a lot of happiness.)

Quizá te deseamos conseguirlo. (Maybe , we may wish you get it)

Quizá deseáis la salida del coche por esa puerta.  (Maybe you wish the exit of the car through that door.)

Puede desear jugar contigo. (He may wish to play with you.)


For  ‘querer’ in…

a)  present tense = subjunctive + que + subjunctive

Es posible que quiera que ellos gobiernen en solitario. (It’s possible I want they rule solo.)

Es probable que no quieras que todos los días te den garbanzos. (Probably, you don’t want they give you chickpeas every day.)

¡Ójala que quiera que viajes en preferente! (I hope he wants you travel in first class!)

Es posible que queramos que se tomen un rato libre. (It’s possible we want they take time off.)

Puede que queráis que sea su novia. (It’s possible you want she is her girlfriend.)

Quizá quieran que seas más prudente. (Maybe, they want you are more prudent.)


b) present tense = indicative


Quizá quiero un gobierno de ellos en solitario. (Maybe, I want a solo government for them.)

Quizá no quieres garbanzos todos los días. (Maybe, you don’t want chickpeas every day.)

Quizá quiere para ti un viaje en preferente. (Maybe, he wants a travel in first class for you.)

Podemos querer para ellos un rato libre. (We may want time off for them.)

Quizá queréis esa novia para él. (Maybe, you want that girlfriend for him.)

Quizá quieren más prudencia en ti. (Maybe, they want more prudence in you.)




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