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que fuera
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (subjunctive; third person singular)
a. he were (masculine)
Alejandro es un tipo muy amable; me encantaría que fuera mi amigo.Alejandro is a really kind guy; I'd be happy if he were my friend.
b. he was (masculine)
¿Cuál crees que sería su primera decisión en caso de que fuera elegido?What do you think his first decision would be in case he was elected?
c. she were (feminine)
Adriana es una profesional excelente, además de ser amable y cariñosa. Me gustaría que fuera la maestra de Juancito.Adriana is such an excellent professional, apart from being kind and caring. I wish she were Juancito's teacher.
d. she was (feminine)
Este es un ascenso muy merecido. Era hora de que fuera reconocida por todo su trabajo.This is a well-deserved promotion! It was high-time she was recognized for her hard work.
e. it were
Desearía que fuera verano, para poder ir a la playa y juntarme con mis amigos.I wish it were summer, so I could go to the beach and hang around with my friends.
f. it was
Suponiendo que fuera almacenado correctamente, ¿cuánto duraría su vida útil?Assuming it was stored safely, how long would its life span be?
g. to be
Andrea es eficiente, profesional e inteligente; nos gustaría que fuera parte de nuestro equipo.Andrea's efficient, professional, and smart; we'd like her to be part of our team.
Me gusta el color, pero preferiría que fuera un poco más intenso.I like the color, but I'd prefer it to be a bit more intense.
2. (subjunctive; first person singular)
a. I were
Suponte que fuera tu hermana, ¿me contarías tus secretos?Suppose I were your sister, would you tell me your secrets?
b. I was
Te dije específicamente que en caso de que fuera requerida, se me debía contactar en este teléfono.I specifically told you that in case I was needed, I should be contacted at this phone.
c. to be
Recuerdo claramente la noche cuando me pediste que fuera tu novia.I distinctly remember the evening when you asked me to be your girlfriend.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(subjunctive; second person singular)
a. you were
Según me informan, la junta dijo que preferiría que usted fuera nuestro delegado en el congreso.According to my sources, the board said they'd rather you were our delegate at the conference.
b. to be
Nuestro equipo lo había elegido para que fuera nuestro líder. ¿Por qué no se tuvo en cuenta nuestra opinión?Our team had chosen you to be our leader. Why hasn't our opinion been taken into account?
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