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Subjunctive Mood: a linguistic analysis
guages. We will limit our analysis to three latin languages that exhibit this subjunctive mood in daily usage: Spanish, Portuguese and Italian.
Attitude expressions and mood variation in Portuguese The
is so, the expectation is that the indicative may occur in any case where in pattern Portuguese the subjunctive mood would be selected.
On the system of mood in European and Brazilian Portuguese
subjunctive may occur. Regarding independent or main clauses, both in European and in Brazilian. Portuguese, the indicative is the mood most easily found.
Perception and production of the subjunctive in Portuguese
But what is verb mood? And when is the subjunctive mood used in Portuguese?
CHAPTER II – MOODS, TENSES, VOICES AND - Sonia Portuguese
Portuguese Grammar. 2. CHAPTER II – MOODS, TENSES, VOICES AND SPEECH IN MORE DETAIL.

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Portuguese grammar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Portuguese subjunctive mood is used mainly in certain kinds of subordinate clauses.
Subjunctive mood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
present - Learn Portuguese Online: Quick Grammar Reference
(also see the sections on the indicative mood and the imperative mood in verbs). In Portuguese, the subjunctive mood often follows the word que that.
Imperfect - Learn Portuguese Online: Quick Grammar Reference
Learning Portuguese - Verbs: The Imperative
Dec 31, 2008 but for negative commands, the Present tense of the Subjunctive mood: NÃO COMAS! (do no eat!

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