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Comenzar Subjunctive Tense

Begin to express starting or beginning with comenzar in the Subjunctive Tense, utilizing our engaging tools and real-life application examples. Jumpstart your Spanish at our comenzar conjugation page and delve deeper into Spanish conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to begin, to start

Verb Chart: Comenzar Subjunctive Tense



(So that) I begin



(So that) we begin

(Juana, Juan)


(So that) you begin


(informal Spain)


(So that) you all begin


(Sra./Dr. García)


(So that) he/she/you begin



(So that) they/you all begin

Comenzar Subjunctive Tense Practice

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Subjunctive Tense

Comenzar Subjunctive Sentence Examples

1. Espero que yo comience a leer ese libro pronto.
I hope I start reading that book soon.
2. Es importante que tú comiences a estudiar para los exámenes.
It’s important that you start studying for the exams.
3. Quiero que él comience a practicar deporte regularmente.
I want him to start practicing sports regularly.
4. Deseo que ella comience a trabajar en su proyecto de arte.
I wish she starts working on her art project.
5. Es bueno que usted comience a ahorrar dinero desde joven.
It’s good that you start saving money from a young age.
6. Ojalá que nosotros comencemos a planear nuestras vacaciones.
Hopefully, we start planning our vacations.
7. Prefiero que vosotros comencéis a reciclar en casa. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
I prefer that you all start recycling at home.
8. Es crucial que ellos comiencen a tomar decisiones saludables.
It’s crucial that they start making healthy decisions.
9. Quiero que ellas comiencen a aprender un nuevo idioma.
I want them to start learning a new language.
10. Sugiero que ustedes comiencen el día con una actitud positiva.
I suggest that you start the day with a positive attitude.