El subjuntivo para expresar deseo

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Ligia Martín GarcíaSpagnolo
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El subjuntivo es un modo verbal que usamos en español para hablar sobre hechos y declaraciones virtuales: probabilidad, hipótesis, valoraciones subjetivas y, por supuesto, los deseos.

En esta ocasión hablaremos del primer uso del subjuntivo: expresar deseos. ¿Qué verbos expresan deseo?, ¿cuándo debemos usar el modo subjuntivo? Mira la siguiente infografía.


Además, otra forma de expresar deseos en español es usando la interjección "ojalá". Mira cómo funciona:


En expresiones cotidianas el verbo principal "deseo, espero, quiero..." ha desaparecido porque se sobreentiende. Son expresiones que usamos casi a diario para desear suerte, transmitir buenos deseos o felicitar. De esta manera, tenemos una nueva estructura para expresar deseo: "Que + subjuntivo".


Puedes practicar con estos ejercicios.

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