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Être déçu (déçue) que

Être déçu (déçue) que - French subjunctive?

Does être déçu (déçue) que take the French subjunctive?

Yes! Être déçu (déçue) que is followed by the French subjunctive. 


Être content (contente) que – To be happy that

Elle avait l’air déçue qu’il n’ait pas fait sa demande.
She looked disappointed that he hadn’t proposed.

Work on Your French Subjunctive

If you need to work on your French Subjunctive, I have just what you need! 

This book includes all the explanations you will need to master the French Subjunctive, including exercises, lists, glossary, examples, audio, and a video if you need a teacher approach.

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À supposer que
Assuming that

Aimer que
To like that

Ça vaut le coup que 
It’s worth it that

Il est convenable que 
C’est convenable que 
It’s proper that

Il est drôle que 
C’est drôle que 
It’s funny that

Le temps que 
By the time that

Prendre garde que 
To be careful (that)

Trouver normal que 
To find it normal that

Vouloir que 
To want that

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About Dylane

Dylane is the owner & founder of “The perfect French with Dylane”, a YouTube channel and website where she teaches students from all around the world all the aspects of the French language.