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Último comentário: 21 de dezembro de 2009 de Ooswesthoesbes

Why doesn't this template show the subjunctive? --Ooswesthoesbes 08h06min de 21 de dezembro de 2009 (UTC)Responder

Hello Ooswesthoesbes! It's because it's difficult to me to know the subjunctive forms. I am, currently, using this site to generate the conjugations and it doesn't show the subjunctive form. :-( -- :-) Jesiel通信 09h13min de 21 de dezembro de 2009 (UTC)Responder
Ow, but the subjunctive is very easy in Dutch :) There are only present subjunctive forms and it's always the same as "infinitive -n", so of "hebben" it's "hebbe", of "mogen" it's "moge" and of "doen" it's "doe", of course it's separated with verbs like "aanbreken" -> "breke aan". Then you need to watch out with verbs like "slaan", "staan" and "gaan", because the subjunctive of those is "sla" (not *slaa), "sta" and "ga. And the last rule is that "zijn" (to be) is always an exception ;). "zijn" does not only have a present subjunctive, but also a past subjunctive. The present subjunctive of "zijn" is "zij" (infinitive -n) and the past subjunctive is "ware" (as in als het ware, "if it were"). And of course you can always take a look at nl.wikt, f.e. lopen, you'll see that the "aanvoegende wijs" (subjunctive) is "lope" :) --Ooswesthoesbes 09h39min de 21 de dezembro de 2009 (UTC)Responder