I'm worried that my son hangs around with those people. He actually does. .....salga. Why not sale?
I'm worried that my son might hang around with those people. I don't know whether he does or not.'.......salga
I'm worried that my son might hang around with those people. He does not, yet. ..........salga
The rule for verbs that express a wish (e.g. prefiero que..., me gustaría que, ...) or a feeling (e.g. me preocupa que..., me alegra que..., me da miedo que...) is different to the more general rule for subjunctive which says indicative for certainty and subjunctive for uncertainty. With this group of verbs the subjunctive is always used, not the indicative. In the lesson we give a small list of examples:
Why are you guys randomly putting in a vosotros form when I'm in the L.A. version of the Spanish lessons???????
Hi Inma, if you know that he definitely does, can you alternatively say, I’m worried, because my son is hanging around…. ? A mi me molesta, porque mi hijo salgo con estos adolescentes? Aha, maybe not, because the ‘que’ that triggers the subjunctive is a sort of ‘because’. Robin
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