Pedir Subjunctive Tense

Enhance your communication by mastering the act of requesting or asking for with pedir in the Subjunctive Tense, supported by detailed resources. Request your way to proficiency at our pedir conjugation page and ask for more with our Spanish conjugation guide.

Verb Meaning(s): to ask for, to request, to order

Verb Chart: Pedir Subjunctive Tense

Yo

pida

(So that) I ask for

Nosotros

pidamos

(So that) we ask for

(Juana, Juan)

pidas

(So that) you ask for

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

pidáis

(So that) you all ask for

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

pida

(So that) he/she/you ask for

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

pidan

(So that) they/you all ask for

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Subjunctive Tense

Pedir Subjunctive Sentence Examples

1. Es importante que yo pida ayuda cuando la necesite.
It’s important that I ask for help when I need it.
2. Quiero que tú pidas disculpas si cometes un error.
I want you to apologize if you make a mistake.
3. Es necesario que él pida permiso antes de usar esos documentos.
It’s necessary that he asks for permission before using those documents.
4. Espero que ella pida consejo antes de tomar esa decisión.
I hope that she asks for advice before making that decision.
5. Deseo que usted pida una explicación sobre esa política.
I wish that you ask for an explanation about that policy.
6. Es bueno que nosotros pidamos un aumento si creemos que lo merecemos.
It’s good that we ask for a raise if we believe we deserve it.
7. Os recomiendo que pidáis una segunda opinión médica. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
I recommend that you ask for a second medical opinion.
8. Quiero que ellos pidan instrucciones claras para el proyecto.
I want them to ask for clear instructions for the project.
9. Es vital que ellas pidan igualdad en el tratamiento.
It’s vital that they demand equality in treatment.
10. Recomiendo que ustedes pidan detalles antes de firmar cualquier contrato.
I recommend that you ask for details before signing any contract.
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