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Cuando and Cuándo in the future .Also, with subjunctive or indicative

The rules governing the use of "cuando" and "cuándo" and the tenses used after them to refer to the future time are as follows: The conjunction "cuando" (unstressed) is ...
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How do you use "si" and "hubiera" ("If" and "had")

It is because the first 2 examples, they are using what is known as third conditional - talking about things that didn't happen in the past and optionally their imaginary results. As for your last ...
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Impersonal Expressions - if the subject is the same in the second clause, does it stay in the indicative?

The rule mentioned in the question seems to be the one that applies to verbs of liking and disliking, but the choice is not between subjunctive and indicative but between subjunctive and infinitive. ...
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Impersonal Expressions - if the subject is the same in the second clause, does it stay in the indicative?

Sorry, I think I have had a moment of brain-freeze! I think that the subjunctive is used for all subjects -me,you,she,he etc. It is because they go " es aconsejable que","es importante ...
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