Subjunctive (Present Subjunctive) Conjugation Chart

Presente de subjuntivo


Usage

Used after a verb that expresses some kind of wish, insistence, preference, suggestion, or request.
Example: I want Mary to do it.

Used after a verb that expresses doubt, fear, joy, hope, sorrow, or some other emotion.
Example: I doubt that Mary will do it.

USed after certain impersonal expressions that show necessity, doubt, regret, importance, urgency, or possibility.
Example: It is necessary for Mary to do it.


Subjunctive (Present Subjunctive) –AR Verbs
yo [YO STEM] + e
[YO STEM] + es
él / Ud. [YO STEM] + e
nosotros [YO STEM] + emos
vosotros [YO STEM] + éis
ellos / Uds. [YO STEM] + en

Subjunctive (Present Subjunctive) –ER & –IR Verbs
yo [YO STEM] + a
[YO STEM] + as
él / Ud. [YO STEM] + a
nosotros [YO STEM] + amos
vosotros [YO STEM] + áis
ellos / Uds. [YO STEM] + an

*Form Yo Stem by dropping -o from yo (1st person singular) form of present tense

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