In the great majority of the embedded clauses, the verb is in the present subjunctive
, as can be seen in (4).
nerede ferde Present subjunctive
Subclass 1 Subclass 2 sg.
The morphome is central to his discussion of the "L-pattern," "U-pattern," and "N pattern" of verb allomorphy in which a distinctive root is found in certain inflectional forms; for example, the "L-pattern" root is found in the first-person singular present indicative and all of the present subjunctive
She argues that elimination of redundancy has been cited in the literature as a source of other changes in the Spanish subjunctive, and backs this claim by providing the example of the future subjunctive, whose functions have been taken over by the present subjunctive
and nowadays appears only in legal language or frozen in proverbs such as (1):
Some factors in the acquisition ofthe present subjunctive
in Spanish: A Re-Analysis", en Hispania 73 (3), pp.
Visvabandhu (1960: 104) identifies the form as a third person singular present subjunctive
active of the root r, which Bohtlingk, Ksirasvamin, Hemacandra, and Vopadeva include in the fifth class of their dhatupathas, in addition to including rn in the eighth class.
Factors in the acquisition of the present subjunctive
in Spanish: The role of reading and study.
clauses with a present subjunctive
verb are introduced by the complementizer that, the complementizer which typically selects finite clauses.
At the same time, the semantic meaning of en cuanto, possessing either a habitual or potential reading, coupled with the present subjunctive
entere, anticipates Nicolas as topic continuation in the subsequent discourse.
Hankins emends to "sequatur," present subjunctive
, to parallel the present subjunctive
"uniat" and to reflect the fact that this short sentence is in effect the apodosis of a conditional sentence whose protasis was implied in the interrogative sentence prior to its occurrence.
It is a present subjunctive
, which implies a continued act of loving Jesus.
An excellent feature is that, in the tables, individual verbs, with their different tenses and moods (present indicative, present subjunctive
, imperative, preterite, imperfect subjunctive, imperfect indicative, future indicative, conditional, gerund, and participle), are listed with their irregular parts shaded.