Quién +past perfect / Spanish Pluperfect Subjunctive

Spanish Pluperfect Subjunctive (hubiera hecho for example)

Expressed wishes relating to the past. In the first case referred to a desire to express a fact already happened, perhaps known by others, but the speaker still does not know. The difference with this is that with this, the fact has not occurred.

Past perfect

  1. Estoy ansioso! Voy a buscar las notas.
  2. ¡Ojalá hayas aprobado! Past perfect

In the second case, we express a desire impossible. Spanish Pluperfect Subjunctive

  1. ¿Te han suspendido?
  2. Sí, ojalá hubiera estudiado más. /Pluperfect Subjunctive (Pluscuamperfecto del subjuntivo)


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