How can you start the lesson with "Antes de que and Antes que are always followed by the subjunctive. For example:"Then in the last part of the lesson give examples without the subjunctive. That's the opposite of always.
Sometimes it's impossible to summarise in a short title all the details that are in the actual lesson. It is necessary to go into the lesson and read the whole page.
Once you start to read, the lesson is divided into very clear different blocks and how we use each: antes de que and después de que, and by reading each block you see how it works for each of them in relation to the indicative or the subjunctive.
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