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Sample-quiz4

Subjunctive – Pluperfect

Complete the sentences with the correct conjugation of the verb or verbs in brackets for this tense:

The verb HABER means TO HAVE and the verb SALUDAR means TO GREET.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE and the verb TENER means TO HAVE.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE and the verb EXISTIR means TO EXIST.

The verb HABER means TO HAVE and the verb CUMPLIR means TO MEET or TO FULFILL.

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  1. It bothered me that people had not greeted
  2. The priority for the mayor was that there had been more security in the city
  3. It would have been nice if that room had had enough space
  4. It wasn’t true that only millionaires had existed in the United States
  5. The director didn’t consider that Julio had met the requirements of the position

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Subjunctive Pluperfect

Ind. Future Perfect

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Indicative Pluperfect

Ind. Past Conditional

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Indicative Preterit

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