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  1. Calentamiento • Translate each of the following expression and use them in a sentence with the subjunctive • to anger, • to bother, • to fear, • to hope, • to be afraid. • Mark your first subject S1 and second S2 • Mark your first verb V1 and second verb V2 • Review for “Prueba”: Vocabulary, indirect commands, subjunctive

  2. Give the following commands in Spanish • Do your homework • Go to school • Leave the classroom • Speak with me • Write your name

  3. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial (El uso del subjuntivo para expresar duda y negación) Dudo que las grasas transformadas sean buenas para la salud.

  4. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial The subjunctive is used in noun clauses after expressions of doubt, uncertainty, or denial. The following verbs can express doubt and denial. Unlike the verbs that express volition and emotion, these verbs do not require a change of subject in the dependent clause in order to use the subjunctive. dudar to doubt negar (ie) to deny no pensar (ie) to not think no creer to not believe no estar seguro/a (de) to not be sure (of)

  5. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial The subjunctive is used in noun clauses after expressions of doubt, uncertainty, or denial. The following verbs can express doubt and denial. Unlike the verbs that express volition and emotion, these verbs do not require a change of subject in the dependent clause in order to use the subjunctive. Esdudoso Its doubtful No escierto Its not true Esincreíble Its incredible No esverdad Its not true

  6. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial The subjunctive is used in noun clauses after expressions of doubt, uncertainty, or denial. The following verbs can express doubt and denial. Unlike the verbs that express volition and emotion, these verbs do not require a change of subject in the dependent clause in order to use the subjunctive. Dudo que Camilo padezca de artritis. I doubt that Camilo suffers from arthritis. No creo que el médico sepa el diagnóstico. I don’t believe that the doctor knows the diagnosis.

  7. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial The subjunctive is used in noun clauses after expressions of doubt, uncertainty, or denial. The following verbs can express doubt and denial. Unlike the verbs that express volition and emotion, these verbs do not require a change of subject in the dependent clause in order to use the subjunctive. No estamos seguros de que las grasas transformadas sean nocivas. We’re not sure that transfatty acids are harmful. Mi padre niega que tenga un nivel muy alto de colesterol. My father denies that he has a very high cholesterol level.

  8. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial When there is no doubt, uncertainty, or disbelief about an action or event, and when the subject appears certain of the facts, the indicative is used in the noun clause. For most expressions of doubt or uncertainty, the indicative will be used for the opposing expression (dudar versus no dudar; no creer versus creer). No dudo que Camilo padece de artritis. I don’t doubt that Camilo suffers from arthritis. Creo que el médico sabe el diagnóstico. I believe that the doctor knows the diagnosis.

  9. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial When there is no doubt, uncertainty, or disbelief about an action or event, and when the subject appears certain of the facts, the indicative is used in the noun clause. For most expressions of doubt or uncertainty, the indicative will be used for the opposing expression (dudar versus no dudar; no creer versus creer). Estamos seguros de que las grasas transformadas son nocivas. We’re sure that transfatty acids are harmful. Mi padre no niega que tiene un nivel muy alto de colesterol. My father does not deny that he has a very high cholesterol level.

  10. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial When the verb creer is used in a question, it can imply doubt in the mind of the speaker, thereby triggering the subjunctive in the dependent clause. ¿Crees que el alcohol dañe el corazón? Do you believe (think) that alcohol damages the heart? (speaker implies doubt) If the speaker expresses no opinion or does not anticipate a negative response, the indicative is preferred. ¿Crees que el alcohol daña el corazón? Do you believe (think) that alcohol damages the heart? (speaker has no opinion)

  11. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial The subjunctive with tal vez and quizá(s) The expressions tal vez and quizá(s), meaning perhaps or maybe, are followed by the subjunctive when the speaker wishes to convey uncertainty or doubt. Both expressions are used without que. Tal vez funcione no comer tanta grasa. Perhaps not eating so much fat will work. Quizás el ejercicio me alivie la artritis. Perhaps exercise will alleviate my arthritis.

  12. The Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Denial The subjunctive with tal vez and quizá(s) When tal vez or quizá(s) follows the verb, the indicative is used. Vamos a fumar menos, tal vez. We’re going to smoke less, perhaps. Bajo de peso, quizás. I’ll lose weight, maybe.

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