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Se, an Indirect Interrogative Subordinate Conjunction

Our focus for this week’s lesson is on the indirect interrogative subordinate conjunction se. As we explained last week, subordinate conjunctions connect two clauses and shed light on the logical relationship existing between the main clause and the subordinate clause.

Se, which translates to the English whether (or if, in informal writing and speech), is used to introduce a subordinate clause triggered by a verb in the main clause that expresses (or implies) doubt, choice or uncertainty, as follows:

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