Still baffled

GordonC1Kwiziq community member

Still baffled

Please can you explain this lesson.  Even the examples don't seem to fit the explanation

Penser que + indicative ne pas

Penser que + subjunctive

????

Asked 8 months ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

The lesson tries to convey that you only use the subjunctive with these words when they are in the negative:

Je pense qu'il vient. -- I think he'll come. (vient = Indicative)
Je ne pense pas qu'il vienne. -- I don't think he'll come. (vienne = subjunctive)

Still baffled

Please can you explain this lesson.  Even the examples don't seem to fit the explanation

Penser que + indicative ne pas

Penser que + subjunctive

????

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