Aunque

AUNQUE
Conjugate the given verb in the subjunctive or the indicative to match the meaning of the English sentence:
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1.   Aunque (ir) no iré.

Even if you go, I won’t (go).

2.   Vamos a pescar aunque (llover) mañana.

We’re going fishing even if it rains (may rain) tomorrow.

3.   Aunque él (tener)  mucho dinero, yo no estaría interesada en él.

Even if he had a lot of money, I wouldn’t be interested in him.

4.   Aunque (haber) mil personas, no tendría miedo de hablar en público

Even if there were one thousand people, I wouldn’t be afraid to talk in public

5.   No va aunque (tener) el dinero.

He’s not going although he may have the money.

6.   Aunque (ir), yo no iría.

Even if you were to go, I wouldn’t (go).

7.   No va aunque (tener) el dinero.

He’s not going although he does have the money.

8.   Aunque es viejo (ser) fuerte.

Even though he’s old he’s strong.

9.   Aunque (ser) viejo es fuerte.

He may be old but he’s strong.  (lit.  Even if he’s old he’s strong.)

10.   Aunque me (gustar), no lo voy a comprar.

Even though I like it, I’m not going to buy it.

11.   Vamos a pescar aunque (estar) lloviendo.

We’re going fishing even though it’s raining

12.   Aunque me (gustar), no lo compraría.

Even if I liked it, I wouldn’t buy it.

13.   Yo vengo  aunque no (tener) dinero.

I’ll come even though I don’t have any money (I know I don’t).

14.   Yo vengo aunque no (tener) dinero.

I’ll come even if I don’t have any money (I don’t know if I have any).

15.   Aunque (llover) mañana nos marcharemos.

Even if it is raining tomorrow we’re leaving.

16.   No va aunque (tener) el dinero.

He’s not going although he may have the money.

 

 

 

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1.   Aunque vayas, no iré.

Even if you go, I won’t (go).

2.   Vamos a pescar aunque llueva mañana.
We’re going fishing even if it rains (may rain) tomorrow.
3.   Aunque él tuviera mucho dinero, yo no estaría interesada en él.

Even if he had a lot of money, I wouldn’t be interested in him.

4.   Aunque hubiera mil personas, no tendría miedo de hablar en público
 

Even if there were one thousand people, I wouldn’t be afraid to talk in public

5.   No va aunque tenga el dinero.

He’s not going although he may have the money.

6.   Aunque fueras, yo no iría.

Even if you were to go (went) , I wouldn’t (go).

7.   No va aunque tiene el dinero.

He’s not going although he does have the money.

8.   Aunque es viejo es fuerte.
Even though he’s old he’s strong.
9.   Aunque sea viejo es fuerte.

He may be old but he’s strong. (lit. Even if he’s old he’s strong.)

10.   Aunque me gusta, no lo voy a comprar.

Even though I like it, I’m not going to buy it.

11.   Vamos a pescar aunque está lloviendo.

We’re going fishing even though it’s raining
12.   1Aunque me gustara, no lo compraría.

Even if I liked it, I wouldn’t buy it.

113.   Yo vengo aunque no tengo dinero.

I’ll come (I’m coming) even though I don’t have any money (I know I don’t).

14.   Yo vengo aunque no tenga dinero.

I’ll come even if I don’t have any money (I don’t know if I have any).

15.   Aunque llueva mañana nos marcharemos.
Even if it is raining tomorrow we’re leaving.
16.   No va aunque tenga el dinero.
He’s not going although he may have the money.

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