1. Me alegra que mi familia esté bien.
2. Me pone triste que haya gente pobre y enferma.
3. Me frustra que mi amiga esté preocupada por sus estudios.
4. Me pone nervioso que mi habitación tenga muchas ventanas.
5. Me ilusiona que mi sobrina se case con su novio.
We use the Subjunctive mood to express our wishes, feelings, emotions, tastes, moods, etc. We use the Subjunctive when subjects in a sentence are different in order to highlight something that is subjective, a part of our perception, thoughts, etc.
a) The CFO concluded that if it was clearly explained, the bookkeeper might stop withdrawing travel expenses from the wrong account.
I WISH I COULD INVITE ALL MY FRIENDS IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD.
Creo que esta's enfermo
No creo que este's enfermo
Los verbos de opinio'n (creo que,pienso que) usan indicativo si el verbo es afirmativo
Si el verbo es negative they use subjuntivo
Verbs expressing opinion( I think that, I believe that,) use indicative if the verb is affirmative.
If the verb is negative ,then they use subjuctive
Example 1 : Victoria estudia español. Indicative From the speaker’s viewpoint, the idea that "Victoria studies Spanish" is an objective fact.
Example 2: Es posible que Victoria estudie español. Subjunctive From the speaker’s viewpoint, the idea that "Victoria studies Spanish" is a hypothetical situation that may or may not be true.
Indicative mood expresses real situations while subjunctive mood expresses unreal situations. For example
"Tengo mi tarea hecha" (I have my homework done). This sentence (indicative mood) expresses a real fact, I have already done it.
"Quizás mañana haga mi tarea" (Tomorrow I will do my homework maybe). This sentence expresses an uncertain situation, because I do not know if I am going to do it tomorrow.
No creo que ella venga is the right answer !
The second one
The sentence that uses the subjunctive mood is If Troy were not injured, the team would surely be winning.
Verb moods indicate the attitude of the speaker towards what they are saying. In English, there are three moods: indicative, imperative, and subjunctive.Indicative mood is used in most statements and questions. The indicative mood is present in the sentences The weather came from nowhere, The snow tickled Veronica's nose, and Where do you plan to spend the holidays?Imperative mood is used to express requests and demands. Please give me your lunch order by 10 a.m. is an example of the imperative mood.Subjunctive mood is used in hypothetical or contrary-to-fact statements. If Troy were not injured, the team would surely be winning is a sentence using the subjunctive mood. Statements of this sort consist of two clauses: the if-clause and a clause containing the consequence of the action described in the if-clause.
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