Subjunctive form of occurir

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Subjunctive form of occurir

Voy a perderme el viaje a Cuba a menos que ________ un milagro. Why is the answer " occura" if it follows an adverbial clause. Shouldn't it be in the subjunctive form?

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Hola Jamie

"ocurra" is the present subjuctive of the verb "ocurrir" (to happen).

The present indicative is "ocurre".

Saludos,

Inma

Subjunctive form of occurir

Voy a perderme el viaje a Cuba a menos que ________ un milagro. Why is the answer " occura" if it follows an adverbial clause. Shouldn't it be in the subjunctive form?

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