Conjugate irregular verb saber in El Presente de Subjuntivo

Saber has an irregular stem sep-  in El Presente de  Subjuntivo (but the endings are regular):

yo sepa
sepas
él / ella / Ud. sepa
nosotros/nosotras sepamos
vosotros/vosotras sepáis
ellos / ellas / Uds.   sepan

Look at and listen to these examples:

Ella no desea que yo sepa la verdad.She doesn't want me to know the truth.

Es mejor que sepas las consecuencias.It is best that you know the consequences.

Es posible que él sepa que ella ya está casada.It is possible that he knows that she is already married.

Te llamaremos tan pronto como lo sepamos.We will call you as soon as we know it.

Quiero que sepáis que sois estupendos.I want you to know that you are great.

En cuanto ellos sepan las condiciones, nos avisarán.As soon as they know the conditions, they will let us know.

 

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Es mejor que sepas las consecuencias.It is best that you know the consequences.
Es posible que él sepa que ella ya está casada.It is possible that he knows that she is already married.
Ella no desea que yo sepa la verdad.She doesn't want me to know the truth.
Te llamaremos tan pronto como lo sepamos.We will call you as soon as we know it.
Quiero que sepáis que sois estupendos.I want you to know that you are great.
En cuanto ellos sepan las condiciones, nos avisarán.As soon as they know the conditions, they will let us know.
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