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Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb. Choose the correct mood; subjunctive or indicative. Mis bisabuelos______ (esperar) que nosotros les visitemos este verano. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb. Choose the correct mood; subjunctive or indicative. Yo te sugiero que tú_________ (ir) a ver esa película.
i got 1. esperen 2. vayas
the 1st one is wrong is esperan and the second one the verb is ir so is ieras but im not sure if is vayas bc vayas is correct for the second question but the verb in parenthesis is ir
ohh okay, gracias! ;)
and esperen is when u running and u friends and u tell ur friends to wait
like an example im running last and i tell my friends esperen ,im telling them to wait
ahhh okay that makes sense :3
I have a question about this one we did.. Aquí no hay nadie que _____ (saber) manejar una motocicleta. we said it was sabe. But I was confused is this sentence talking to ellos or the el, ella... cuz sabe is the el, ella form of the indicative. And I think it's indicative @teddydaddy23
hey im sorry this answer is sepa
its sepa sorry sabe its wrong i was thinking about another thing , i was confused and read it all over again and saw that sabe doesnt make sense
that's ok! do you know if sepa is subjunctive or in the indicative?
yeah i think its indicative too but on the spanish conjugation chart it shows that sabe is the subjunctive present tense of el, ella
ik but remember sabe is referring to el/ella but sepa is saying if somebody already knows
idk if u get what im syaing
lol i really don't know but i'll go with sepa cuz you know better than me ;)
ik like im sorry i cant explain that well bc im thinking in spanish and idk how to say it in english
it's okay!!! thank you :) :DD