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You will never have a subjunctive either in a subordinate clause starting with depuis que, or in the main clause. In your example you must use the passé composé. Other issues with your sentence: break up is rompre and it is conjugated with avoir, → ils ont rompu ; to express devenir pire we have the verb empirer, → a empiré ; which you can use with an ...


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Seul les assiettes doivent être lavées est correct. Faille est le subjonctif du verbe falloir, qui s'emploie à la forme impersonnel (3ème du singulier). Si on veut l'employer il faut dire : il faut laver les assiettes.


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The correct subjonctive There are 2 problems with your subjonctive try: 1. There must be a "que" 2. It is very odd to use "faire" here on the passive form The correct subjontive form would be : Qu'il faille laver les assiettes Use of "falloir" to mean "need to" "Il faut que + subjonctif" means "need to", so the correct sentence would be: Il ...


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Here, the subjonctif is used to denote a possibility. It is generally the meaning of the sentence that necessitates it, not a word in particular. Here, "envisager", "possibilité", and "éventuellement" both means that what is following is only a possibility. For example in the sentence Je serais triste qu'elle n'ait pas vu... Je serais triste are not ...


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I would say possibilité because without it, I would use qu'elle n'a pas vu. On doit envisager la possibilité qu'elle n'ait pas vu... On doit envisager qu'éventuellement, elle n'a pas vu... On doit imaginer la possibilité qu'éventuellement, elle n'ait pas vu... But I think subjonctif is not required in any case in this exemple, with or without ...



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