Does assurer que take subjunctive?

Does assurer que take subjunctive?

Note that s’assurer que is followed by the indicative, not the subjunctive. Assurez-vous que la porte est bien fermée. Make sure the door is closed properly.

Does Estimer que take subjunctive?

The Subjunctivisor! Estimer may require the subjunctive, depending on whether it is used affirmatively, negatively, or interrogatively: Par exemple… J’estime que son témoignage est exact.

Does de Crainte que take subjunctive?

Does de crainte que require the subjunctive? Yes, de crainte que requires the subjunctive: Par exemple… Je suis venu de crainte que tu ne sois en danger.

Does Juger take the subjunctive?

No, jurer does not take the subjunctive: Par exemple… Je te jure que je ne la connais pas.

How do you teach subjunctive in French?

To form the stem of the present subjunctive you take the infinitive and chop off -er, just as for the present tense. Then you add the correct ending, depending on whether you are referring to je, tu, il, elle, on, nous, vous, ils or elles.

How do you use de peur?

Examples and resources She locked the door for fear that the dog would disappear. Il viendra de peur que tu ne sois vexée. He’s coming for fear that you’d be offended.

How do you conjugate Juger?

Conjugate the verb juger:

  1. je juge. tu juges.
  2. il jugeait. nous avons jugé
  3. vous jugerez.
  4. ils jugeraient.

How do you use se in French?

In French, reflexive verbs are much more common than in English, and many are used in everyday French. They are shown in dictionaries as se plus the infinitive (se means himself, herself, itself, themselves or oneself)….1 Using reflexive verbs.

s’amuser to play, to enjoy oneself
se trouver to be (situated)

How do you use subjunctive in a sentence in French?

In French the subjunctive is used after certain verbs and conjunctions when two parts of a sentence have different subjects. I’m afraid he won’t come back. (The subject of the first part of the sentence is ‘I’; the subject of the second part of the sentence is ‘he’.)