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Acostarse Subjunctive Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to go to bed, to lie down

Verb Chart: Acostarse Subjunctive Tense


me acueste

(So that) I go to bed


nos acostemos

(So that) we go to bed

(Juana, Juan)

te acuestes

(So that) you go to bed


(informal Spain)

os acostéis

(So that) you all go to bed


(Sra./Dr. García)

se acueste

(So that) he/she/you go to bed


se acuesten

(So that) they/you all go to bed

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Subjunctive Tense

Acostarse Subjunctive Sentence Examples

1. Es bueno que yo me acueste temprano.
It’s good that I go to bed early.
2. Recomiendo que tú te acuestes antes de las once.
I recommend that you go to bed before eleven.
3. Es necesario que él se acueste para recuperarse.
It’s necessary that he goes to bed to recover.
4. Espero que ella se acueste pensando en cosas positivas.
I hope she goes to bed thinking about positive things.
5. Prefiero que usted se acueste y descanse bien.
I prefer that you go to bed and rest well.
6. Queremos que nosotros nos acostemos temprano para el viaje.
We want us to go to bed early for the trip.
7. Es importante que vosotros os acostéis a una hora razonable. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
It’s important that you all go to bed at a reasonable hour.
8. Dudo que ellos se acuesten antes de la medianoche.
I doubt they will go to bed before midnight.
9. Ojalá que ellas se acuesten con buenas noticias.
Hopefully, they go to bed with good news.
10. Espero que ustedes se acuesten sabiendo que hicieron su mejor esfuerzo.
I hope you go to bed knowing you did your best.