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Old 5th August 2008, 08:07 PM   #9
Alison30
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Originally Posted by Legazpi View Post
There is no future tense subjunctive - you use the present tense when refering to the future. e.g.
Actually the future subjunctive does exist although it has fallen into disuse in the spoken language and is only now occasionally used in some formal documents. I have a print out about it from a recent course I did (yes I'm turning into a Spanish grammar geek ) - it seems to be formed using the past subjunctive but with an e instead of an a - e.g. fuere. Not one to get concerned about I don't think, but thought you might be interested!
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