Category: Present Sub.

Examples: Spanish Verbs that end in car, gar and zar

Examples: Spanish Verbs that end in car, gar and zar Examples of verbs that end in car In order to maintain the hard c sound (like a k), we use qu instead of c in all forms of the present subjunctive for any verb whose infinitive form ends in – car. The table bellow, table 1, provides the subjunctive forms of common – car verbs. Because the él form is the same as the yo form, it is not…

The Present Subjunctive

The Present Subjunctive The present subjunctive expresses a preference, emotion, desire, doubt, possibility. The Spanish present subjunctive is not a tense, it is a mood. Tense refers when an action takes place in the past, present or future, but the mood merely reflects how the speaker feels about the action. Most of the Spanish Present Subjunctive verbs are built like this… Take  the  yo form from the present indicative. Then drop the -o…