Spanish IV, Week 8 Notes
Spanish IV, Week 8 Notes SPA 104
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Spanish IV—Week 8 Capítulo 13c Gramática: Subjunctive with expressions of emotion As with all other types of the subjunctive, each sentence contains 2 clauses. The first is always indicative and the second is subjunctive. In the case of emotion, the specific emotion is expressed first, followed by que, then the dependent clause. Encantar—to love Verbs that express emotion include: Gustar—to like Estar contento de—to be glad or pleased Molestar—to bother Preocupar—to worry Estar triste de—to be sad Sorprender—to surprise Sentir—to be sorry; to regret Temer/tener miendo de—to fear These verbs all require the use of an indirect object (me, te, le). Ex: Me Alegrar—to make happy encanta, le sorprende, etc. Enojar—to make angry Note: If there is only one subject in a sentence, que is not necessary between clauses. Ex: Estoy triste de no ir a la playa. Because que is not used, the second verb is in the infinitive.