Using Spanish Subjunctive Verbs in Compound Sentences


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Which is NOT a way to combine two or more simple clauses to form a compound sentence in Spanish?

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1. Which of the following is a compound sentence?


Select the forms of the verbs pasar and comer that best fill in the blanks:

Deseo que _____ una feliz Navidad y espero que _____ platos deliciosos. (I wish that you all have a merry Christmas and I hope that you all eat delicious dishes.)

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