Kwiziq community member
22 April 2018
OK. I get it...I think! It is because the first clause expresses "emotion". Therefore it seems to be more a function of formality, a rule, not a matter of doubt. Because, I could be in fact happy that you travelled the world. Right? Or, is there another way to convey that "I am pleased that..." as fact and not use the subjunctive?
I appologize if I appear to be running in circles, and chasing my tail! I greatly appreciate your imput!
This question relates to:Spanish lesson "Conjugate regular -ar, -er and -ir verbs in El Pretérito Perfecto Subjuntivo (present perfect subjunctive)"
Kwiziq language super star
23 April 2018
The clue is in the first clause expressing emotion or feeling.
The subjunctive is not only about doubt; there is more to it.
Hopefully we will very soon have more specific lessons covering different uses of subjunctive.
You don't need to apologize, we are here to help. :))
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