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Être furieux (furieuse) que

Être furieux (furieuse) que - French subjunctive?

Does être furieux (furieuse) que take the French subjunctive?

Yes! Être furieux (furieuse) que is followed by the French subjunctive. 


Être furieux (furieuse) que – To be furious that

Le principal était furieux que personne ne lui ait rapporté l’incident. 
The principal was furious that no one had reported the incident to him.

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Accorder que
To grant that – To agree that

Aimer que
To like that

Commander que
To order that

Il est grand temps que 
It’s about time that

Le temps que 
By the time that

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