The choices include c) salgan and d) hayan salido. Aren't both of these subjunctive? The correct answer was c), salgan. I read through the lesson fairly thoroughly and don't see why hayan salido would not be correct as well. What am I missing? Thanks!
They are both subjunctive, you're right. But if you look at what the translation says:
It is unlikely that they will leave the office before 5.
we are expressing a future event here; the option "hayan salido" would express a past event, as if saying "it's unlikely that they left/have left the office before 5."
I hope it clarified it.
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