Petitions, orders. Verbo + que + subjuntivo.

Subjunctive in Spanish

Obligation

Desire, need, obligation, all this content point to the same idea: intention or desire to perform an action, which is, therefore has
hypothetical character.

Source: HERE

There are two ways of saying the same thing. “My parents used to order me to wake up early on Sundays”

First way o saying using the structure of the Spanish Subjunctive

Mis padres me obligaban a que me levantara temprano todos los domingos.

The other way of saying it without using the Spanish Subjunctive is …

Mis padres me obligaban a levantarme temprano todos los domingos.


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