Subjunctive mood - Italian grammar

Italian grammar lessons with rules and examples

Here’s a collection of simple grammar notes on an important grammar topic in the Italian language: Subjunctive mood!
The Subjunctive is a mode frequently used to connect (check the Italian verb “congiungere”) subordinate clauses to main clauses featuring verbs that express opinions, wishes, hope and expectations, assumptions, emotions, feelings, doubts, hypotheses and so on. In other words, the Subjuncitve marks any subjective and personal approach, and consists of four tenses.
sembra subjunctive
How to use sembra che + subjunctive in Italian? Learn the grammar with simple rules and examples and practice with audio lessons.
How to use in the case that + subjunctive in Italian? Learn the grammar with simple rules and examples and practice with audio lessons.
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The past of the subjunctive The “congiuntivo passato” or the past of the subjunctive behaves like the present of the subjunctive, with the obvious difference that it’s used to talk...
How to use the subjunctive - irregular verbs in Italian? Learn the grammar with simple rules and examples and practice with audio lessons.
How to use the subjunctive - regular verbs in Italian? Learn the grammar with simple rules and examples and practice with audio lessons.