I see that your tip says that the degree of probability is the same for indicative and subjunctive. Thst they are interchangeable.

KB1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

I see that your tip says that the degree of probability is the same for indicative and subjunctive. Thst they are interchangeable.

I had never heard that before.So, I can retract my question. 

Asked 1 year ago
SilviaKwiziq team member
Hola K, I have just answered to your previous question, again as I already said, this lesson is really an exceptional case where both moods are interchangeable without a change of certainty. ¡Hasta pronto! Silvia
KB1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
Thank you. 

I see that your tip says that the degree of probability is the same for indicative and subjunctive. Thst they are interchangeable.

I had never heard that before.So, I can retract my question. 

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