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Être soulagé (soulagée) que

Être soulagé (soulagée) que - French subjunctive?

Does étre soulagé (soulagée) que take the French subjunctive?

Yes! Être soulagé (soulagée) que is followed by the French subjunctive. 


Être soulagé (soulagée) que – To be relieved that

On est soulagées que ce ne soit pas plus grave.
We’re relieved it’s not more serious.

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Apprécier que
To appreciate that

C’est une chance que
It’s lucky that

Demander que
To ask that

Il est question que
It’s a question of

Peu importe que
Regardless of whether

Prendre garde que
To be careful (that)

Proposer que
To propose that

Supposé que
Supposing that

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