EL SUBJUNTIVO EN CLÁUSULAS ADVERBIALES

THE SUBJUNCTIVE IN ADVERB CLAUSES

Adverb clauses modify the verb in the main clauses. They say something about how, when, where or why that action occurs, and are always introduced by a conjunction:

(indicative)
main clause
conjunction (indicative or subjunctive)
adverbial clause
Siempre me siento feliz
I always feel happy
cuando
when
me llamas.
you call me.

The subjunctive is used in adverb clauses when the action described in the clause is anticipated or hypothetical (a reservation, a condition not yet met, a mere intention).

Here's a list of the conjunctions used in this exercise:

Conjunctionmeaningsubjunctive?
a menos queunlessalways followed by the subjunctive
antes (de) que
para que
sin que
before
so that, in order that
without
always followed by the subjunctive
(but use infinitive if both clauses share the subject)
siempre que
cuando
después (de) que
hasta que
whenever, as long as
when
after
until
use subjunctive for anticipated events (future)
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