Chapter 11 pt 2 Notes
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Chapter 11 Subjonctif PART 2 Thinking and believing verbs indicativesubjunctive form followed by the indicative never the subjunctive interrogative and forms may be followed by the subjunctive when there is a lot of doubt on the part of the speaker When the element of doubt is minor and when the idea in the subordinate clause is in the future the indicative is used THIS ALSO APPLIES TO IMPERSONAL STATEMENTS which are always followed by the indicative in the affirmative form Notez subjunctive after doubterand je ne crois pas indicate doubt However the subjunctive as a form does not always imply doubt Conjunctions always followed by the subjunctive a n que in order that so that pour que in order that so that bien que although quoique although pourvu que provided that a condition que provided that a mains que unless sans que without avant que before jusqu a ce que until Q Why do they take on the subjunctive A They all are concerned either with a hypothetical action or with an attitude toward a real action HOWEVER sometimes they are replaced by a corresponding preposition and the in nitive When the subject in the main and subordinate clauses are the same Ex A moins que l a moins de a n que l a n de sans que l sans pour que l pour Ex je viendrai a mains que Marc soit malade je viendrai a mains d tre malade Notez some conjunctions do not have a parallel prepositional form ex bien que quoi que etc so they must take the subjunctive Using the indicative in the subordinate clause Indicative is normally used in dependent clauses since relative clauses normally state a fact Subjunctive is often used in relative clauses where there is some doubt or denial of the existence or attainability of the antecedent but certain tenses of the indicative are also found in such clauses Other uses of the subjunctive When the antecedent is modi ed by a superlative or by adjectives such as premier dernierand seul when there is an element of doubt or personal opinion or of subjective feeling 0 With the inde nites quotwhoeverquotquotwhateverquotquotwhereverquotquothoweverquot etc These inde nites indicate concession admit that something is or may be the case doubthypothetical Qui que Whoever Que que Whoever whatever Notez queagrees with the noun it modi es Ouoi que Whatever 5 adjective que However adjective Problem Words 1 Notice a Notice remarquerin almost any circumstance b Notice apercevoirin the sense of to catch sight of c Notice s apercevoir in terms of realize or be aware of When it is followed by de 2 Opportunity a opportunity occasion when it means a favorable conjunction of circumstances b opportunity la possibilite when it means possibility Notez do not use opportunity It means opportuneness and is fairly uncommon 3 Paper a A piece of paper material to write on le papier b Newspaper lejourna c Classroom exercise les copies les devoirs les exercises d Classroom report un travail un compte rendu une composition une dissertation une e tude 4 People a few persons personnes a considerable number of people gens many people at some function mono e a peoplea nationthe masses le people people in general inde nite sense on 09069
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