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Être inquiet (inquiète) que

Être inquiet (inquiète) que - French subjunctive?

Does être inquiet (inquiète) que take the French subjunctive?

Yes! Être inquiet (inquiète) que is followed by the French subjunctive. 


Être inquiet (inquiète) que – To be worried that

Ils sont inquiets que tu ne leurs disent jamais rien. 
They are worried that you never tell them anything.

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À supposer que
Assuming that

Afin que
So that

Ça vaut le coup que
It’s worth it that

Conseiller que
To advise that

Défendre que
To forbid that

Ordonner que 
To order that

Prendre garde que 
To be careful (that)

Recommander que 
To recommend that

Tolérer que 
To tolerate that

Vouloir que 
To want that

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