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Homework Help: spanish

Posted by samantha on Thursday, May 10, 2007 at 1:56pm.

lee las siguientes selecciones y completalas con la forma correcta del verbo entre parentesis. Ten mucho cuidado porque vas a necesitar various tiempos del indicativo y various tiempos del subjuntive,

The numbers are where you have to conjugate the verb in parenthesis

1. Ricardo esta quejandose de su amigo Jorge.
Jorge nos ruega que nosotros (1) (tener) mas paciencia con el. Pero, es imposible ser amable con una persona que (2) (molestar) tanto. Por lo menos, trata de hacerlo. Si, le pedire que no (3) (hacer) tantos chistes pesagos.

2. Cecilia y Diego hablan sobre el viaje de su amigo pablo. Era verdad que Pablo (4) (estar) en el Peru. Como la supiste? Me habian dicho que el (5) (tener) una reunion alli. Me envio una tarjeta en cuanto (6) (llegar) a Lima. Me alegro. Aunque me sorprendio que tu no (7) (ir) con el.

2-te molesta

1. tengamos
3. haga
4. that is the wrong verb but i don't know which

Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Are you SURE of the reasons for using the Subjunctive? The main verb must be one of a) imposition of will, b) judgment, c) emotion to use the Subjunctive. 1. = George begs this of us but only time will tell if we will do it or not = tengamos. 2. good but why did you add "te?"
3. If it is "le" it is haga but if it is "te" it is "hagas." This is for the same reason as #1. I question the last word there = "pesagos."

#4 = special meaning of estar in the preterit = he got/arrived there, so "estaba" is far better. #5 is fine. Remember to put all accent marks where they belong because it could be misinterpreted if you don't! #6 requires accent "llegó." #7 Because the sequence of tense is important (main verb is command, future, present tense, the subjunctive is present subjunctive BUT the main verb is preterit, imperfect, condition, the dependent verb must be past subjunctive = fueras. Be sure when tú is the subject that there is an "s" on the end of the verb, unless it's an affirmative command. Of course "fueses" is an alternative choice if you prefer the "se" rather than "ra" for for the Imperfect Subjuncive!

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