Kevo asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 5 years ago

Spanish HW?

Fill the blank subjunctive or indicative:

Word box: dar, gustar, interpretar, llamar, poder, ser, tener, trabajar.

Si, como no. Actualmente estoy filmando una pelicula de suspenso. Hay mucha accion y efectos especiales, y tal vez eso le_______mucho al publico. Ojala que_________mucho exito porque todos estamos trabajando mucho.

Bueno, hace una semana fui a una audicion para el nuevo proyecto del famoso cineasta argentino, Ramon Castillo. Ojala que me____ para hacer la pelicula.

Tal vez el actor venezolano Edgar Villanueva____el papel del protaginista. Y quiza mi amiga Rosario Estevez____con nosotros tambien. I wrote interpreta and trabaja for this one.

Seria un reparto maravilloso. Ojala que les____los papeles a usted tres. I put den here.

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  • 5 years ago
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    Si, como no. Actualmente estoy filmando una pelicula de suspenso. Hay mucha accion y efectos especiales, y tal vez eso le guste (gusta also works...guste if you're really not sure people will like/gusta if there's a high probablility you think people will like it) mucho al publico. Ojala que tenga mucho exito porque todos estamos trabajando mucho.

    Bueno, hace una semana fui a una audicion para el nuevo proyecto del famoso cineasta argentino, Ramon Castillo. Ojala que me llamen para hacer la pelicula.

    Tal vez el actor venezolano Edgar Villanueva interpreta (tal vez means perhaps, again if there is a high likelihood he will play the role then interpreta indicative, but if you're really not sure then interprete) el papel del protaginista. Y quiza mi amiga Rosario Estevez trabaje (same with quizás can be trabaja if you're pretty sure or trabaje if you're not too sure) con nosotros tambien. I wrote interpreta and trabaja for this one.

    Seria un reparto maravilloso. Ojala que les den los papeles a usted tres. I put den here. GOOD

    The thing you need to know is that with ojalá you always use the subjunctive.

    With tal vez, quizá or quizás, you can put either. You'd use indicative if you're pretty sure and there is a high chance that it will happen. Use subjunctive is there is a high degree of improbability/uncertainty. Good question.

    Source(s): Fluent in Spanish
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  • 5 years ago

    1 Gúste--- Tenga

    2-llamen

    3-interpréte-trabaje

    4- den

    Source(s): Spanish speaker
    • Kevo5 years agoReport

      Just wondering why gustar, llamar, and number 3 would be subjunctive. Doesn't subjunctive follow que?

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