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Present Subjunctive - Irregular Verbs: andare, dovere, venire, uscire, scegliere

As with other tenses, the present subjunctive has its fair share of irregular verbs. These are verbs that, as you may recall, break the set conjugation pattern in a given language in order to, essentially, do what they want. (We can call them the “rebels” of the language.)

In our last lesson, we went over how the subjunctive mood is used to express uncertainty, doubt, and possibility. Furthermore, the subjunctive tense usually requires a two-clause sentence; a verb that expresses the aforementioned feelings is needed in the independent clause, triggering the subjunctive conjugation of the verb in the dependent clause.

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