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Au lieu que - French subjunctive?

Does au lieu que take the French subjunctive?

Yes! Au lieu que is followed by the French subjunctive. 

Example

Au lieu que – Instead of

Au lieu qu’il soit engagé à temps plein, il a été engagé à mi-temps. 
Instead of him being hired full-time, he was hired part-time.

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Avoir envie que
To want that

Bien que
Although

Commander que
To order that

Il s’agit que
It’s about

Il y a un risque que
There is a risk that

Le temps que
By the time that

Préférer que
To prefer that

S’en ficher que
To not care that

Tolérer que
To tolerate that

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