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Almorzar Subjunctive Tense

Dive into the nuances of almorzar in the Subjunctive Tense, enhancing your ability to talk about lunch plans with flair. Our tools include charts, games, and examples for practical learning. Sharpen your almorzar conjugation skills with our almorzar conjugation page and master Spanish conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to have lunch

Verb Chart: Almorzar Subjunctive Tense



(So that) I have lunch



(So that) we have lunch

(Juana, Juan)


(So that) you have lunch


(informal Spain)


(So that) you all have lunch


(Sra./Dr. García)


(So that) he/she/you have lunch



(So that) they/you all have lunch

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Subjunctive Tense

Almorzar Subjunctive Sentence Examples

1. Es raro que yo almuerce tan tarde.
It’s rare that I have lunch so late.
2. Prefiero que tú almuerces con nosotros.
I prefer that you have lunch with us.
3. Es importante que él almuerce para mantener su energía.
It’s important that he has lunch to maintain his energy.
4. Quiero que ella almuerce comida saludable.
I want her to have a healthy lunch.
5. Sugiero que usted almuerce antes de la reunión.
I suggest that you have lunch before the meeting.
6. Esperamos que nosotros almorcemos juntos mañana.
We hope that we have lunch together tomorrow.
7. Es bueno que vosotros almorcéis a la misma hora cada día. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
It’s good that you all have lunch at the same time every day.
8. No creo que ellos almuercen en casa hoy.
I don’t think they will have lunch at home today.
9. Deseo que ellas almuerce bien todos los días.
I wish they have a good lunch every day.
10. Es mejor que ustedes almuercen antes de salir.
It’s better that you have lunch before leaving.