Yes, that's correct, but only if you are teaching Spanish grammar, not English grammar:
Originally Posted by dricha17
Use of the Subjunctive in Spanish
Adverbial clauses give information such as “when”, “why”, “how” or “where” something happens. The verb in an adverbial clauses will be in the subjunctive if the action/state in the clause is anticipated —that is, viewed as being in the future in comparison to the action/state represented by the governing verb. Ex: Cuando termines la tarea
iremos al cine.
Translation: <When you finish the homework, we'll go to the movies.> [Subj.: anticipated action] Note
, the Spanish verb termines
is in the subjunctive; the English verb finish
is not; Cf. When she finishes, we will go to the movies.
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