Uses Of The Subjunctive: Unknown Or Nonexistent People Or Things

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Uses Of The Subjunctive: Unknown Or Nonexistent People Or Things - Quiz

Take this quiz to see how well you know the subjunctive form in Spanish, for unknown or nonexistent people or things.


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  • 1. 

    Yo no quiero a nadie que me (querer)

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is querer. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 2. 

    No tiene ninguna documentos que (necesitar).

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is necesitar. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 3. 

    Ella no tiene ninguno pájaro que (cantar).

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is cantar. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 4. 

    Tú no tienes nada que (ocultar). (to hide)

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is ocultar. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 5. 

    Esperamos un autobús que (parar) aquí. (to stop)

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is parar. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 6. 

    ¿Quieres cantar un canción que (ser) feliz.?

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is ser. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 7. 

    Yo no creo que (ser) inteligente que tú no (hacer) nada. --because this question has two answers put a slash in between answers: for example: answer/answer--

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is ser, as well as hacer. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 8. 

    No hay nada que tú (poder) hacer.

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is poder. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 9. 

    No tenemos ningunos libros que ellos (cantar).

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is cantar. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 10. 

    No queremos ninguna pelicula que (tener) la muerte.

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is tener. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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  • 11. 

    No pedimos a nadie que (tener) veinte or más años.

    Explanation
    The verb you are conjugating is tener. Because it is subjunctive, you are taking the yo form of the present tense of the verb. Then you drop the "o" and you add the opposite ending. -AR verbs use an -ER ending, while -ER/-IR verbs use an -AR ending.

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