Present Subjunctive - Irregular Verbs  

Grammar Present Subjunctive Irregular Verbs
Overview

Irregular verbs do not follow standard rules of conjugation in the different verb tenses. There are many irregular verbs in the Spanish present subjunctive:

Let's look at some example sentences:

¿Quiere que sea testigo?
Do you want me to be a witness?

No importa que sea de otro país.
It doesn’t matter if it's from another county.

Quiere que vayas al hospital.
He/she wants you to go to the hospital.

Es necesario que vayas.
It's necessary that you go.


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