A verbal mood used for expressing the counterfactual such as wishing, including how to conjugate and use it.

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Use of “Que” in “Que todo te vaya bien”

Que todo te vaya bien. Que nos reunamos a las 6. I've seen, and used, que in this form - it's as if the verb has been dropped, say, espero. What is the origin of this usage? Is it ...
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pensaban que no había suficientes habitaciones VS no pensaban que hubieran suficientes habitaciones

Algunas personas pensaban que no había suficientes habitaciones para acomodar a tantos visitantes. VS Algunas personas no pensaban que hubiera suficientes habitacions para acomodar ...
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When should the subjunctive be used after 'cuando'?

I thought that any statement after 'cuando' should be in the subjunctive tense if it implied anything other than habitual events or was used in a question, but wasn't sure if this is actually the ...
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When would one use the subjunctive form of a verb?

I'm trying to recall some high school spanish and having difficulties as its been several years. Under what conditions would one use the subjunctive form of a verb? Why would you want to use it to ...
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Indicative vs. subjunctive in “no importa qué dice el destino”

If I'm hearing it correctly, there's a line in Carlos Baute's "Colgando En Tus Manos" that says: No importa qué dice el destino. I thought that sentence should be expressed: No importa qué ...