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  • When studying the subjunctive, I seem to remember a rule with tal vez that said, if it comes first in the sentence, you should probably use subjunctive to indicate uncertainty (Tal vez venga mas tarde.), but, if it comes at the end, the indicative suffices (Viene mas tarde tal vez.)

    Tal vez regresemos. - Subjunctive?

  • When studying the subjunctive, I seem to remember a rule with tal vez that said, if it comes first in the sentence, you should probably use subjunctive to indicate uncertainty (Tal vez venga mas tarde.), but, if it comes at the end, the indicative suffices (Viene mas tarde tal vez.)

    Tal vez regresemos. - Subjunctive?

  • When studying the subjunctive, I seem to remember a rule with tal vez that said, if it comes first in the sentence, you should probably use subjunctive to indicate uncertainty (Tal vez venga mas tarde.), but, if it comes at the end, the indicative suffices (Viene mas tarde tal vez.)

    Tal vez regresemos. - Subjunctive?

  • When studying the subjunctive, I seem to remember a rule with tal vez that said, if it comes first in the sentence, you should probably use subjunctive to indicate uncertainty (Tal vez venga mas tarde.), but, if it comes at the end, the indicative suffices (Viene mas tarde tal vez.)

    Tal vez regresemos. - Subjunctive?

  • The Spanish expression for that is: "No hay mal que por bien no venga" or, every cloud has a silver lining.

    Thank you, Jesus

  • When studying the subjunctive, I seem to remember a rule with tal vez that said, if it comes first in the sentence, you should probably use subjunctive to indicate uncertainty (Tal vez venga mas tarde.), but, if it comes at the end, the indicative suffices (Viene mas tarde tal vez.)

    Tal vez regresemos. - Subjunctive?

  • When studying the subjunctive, I seem to remember a rule with tal vez that said, if it comes first in the sentence, you should probably use subjunctive to indicate uncertainty (Tal vez venga mas tarde.), but, if it comes at the end, the indicative suffices (Viene mas tarde tal vez.)

    Tal vez regresemos. - Subjunctive?

  • When studying the subjunctive, I seem to remember a rule with tal vez that said, if it comes first in the sentence, you should probably use subjunctive to indicate uncertainty (Tal vez venga mas tarde.), but, if it comes at the end, the indicative suffices (Viene mas tarde tal vez.)

    Tal vez regresemos. - Subjunctive?

  • Lástima que este nuevo gobierno con el ñe ñe né venga a desarticular la única propuesta social que pienso que tiene potencial en la actualidad: los movimientos de autogestión comunitaria que han logrado combinar esfuerzos de líderes de base, intelectuales de la academia y hasta grandes empresas privadas.

    Global Voices in English » Puerto Rico: “Such is Life”

  • When studying the subjunctive, I seem to remember a rule with tal vez that said, if it comes first in the sentence, you should probably use subjunctive to indicate uncertainty (Tal vez venga mas tarde.), but, if it comes at the end, the indicative suffices (Viene mas tarde tal vez.)

    Tal vez regresemos. - Subjunctive?

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