8.4.5 Exercise 5: Use of the subjonctif - croire, penser, espérer, soupçonner

Remember, some verbs use the subjonctif only in negated phrases, even though they might even in affirmative phrases express insecurity. Some of them are the following:
croire = to believe
  penser = to think
  espérer = to hope (attn. here a difference to other Roman languages!!)
  soupçonner = to suspect

  Choose the correct option.
I think that you are capable of doing it.
  Je crois que tu capable de le faire.
  I do not think that you are capable of doing it.
  Je ne crois pas que tu capable de le faire.
  I very well know that you have song .
  Je sais bien que tu menti.
  I do not know what you (all) think about all this.
  Je ne sais pas ce que vous de tout cela.
  I do not think that he has enough money to buy a car.
  Je ne pense pas qu' il assez d' argent pour s' acheter une voiture.
  I think that he has enough money to buy a car.
  Je pense qu' il assez d' argent pour acheter une voiture.
  I hope that he has done his homework.
  J' espère qu' il fait ses devoirs.
  I do not hope that he despairs.
  Je n' espère pas qu' il .
  I have suspected that he does not tell the truth.
  J' ai déjà soupçonné qu' il n' pas dit la vérité.






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