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Salir Subjunctive Tense

Convey the action of leaving or going out with salir in the Subjunctive Tense, through engaging exercises and real-life scenarios. Go out and expand your skills at our salir conjugation page and leave limitations behind with our Spanish conjugation exploration.

Verb Meaning(s): to leave, to go out

Verb Chart: Salir Subjunctive Tense



(So that) I leave



(So that) we leave

(Juana, Juan)


(So that) you leave


(informal Spain)


(So that) you all leave


(Sra./Dr. García)


(So that) he/she/you leave



(So that) they/you all leave

Salir Subjunctive Tense Practice

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Subjunctive Tense

Salir Subjunctive Sentence Examples

1. Es importante que yo salga a caminar todos los días para mantenerme saludable.
It’s important that I go out for a walk every day to stay healthy.
2. Quiero que tú salgas con amigos este fin de semana para divertirte.
I want you to go out with friends this weekend to have fun.
3. Es necesario que él salga temprano de casa para llegar a tiempo.
It’s necessary that he leaves home early to arrive on time.
4. Espero que ella salga de su zona de confort y pruebe cosas nuevas.
I hope that she steps out of her comfort zone and tries new things.
5. Deseo que usted salga adelante a pesar de las dificultades.
I wish that you move forward despite the difficulties.
6. Es bueno que nosotros salgamos a explorar la ciudad este fin de semana.
It’s good that we go out to explore the city this weekend.
7. Os animo a que salgáis a disfrutar del aire libre. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
I encourage you to go out and enjoy the outdoors.
8. Espero que ellos salgan bien en sus exámenes.
I hope that they do well in their exams.
9. Es importante que ellas salgan a votar en las elecciones.
It’s important that they go out to vote in the elections.
10. Recomiendo que ustedes salgan de la reunión con un plan claro.
I recommend that you leave the meeting with a clear plan.