Is there a difference between “ten un buen día” using the positive command firm for tú and adding Que to the phrase which triggers the subjunctive?

HeatherC1Kwiziq community member

Is there a difference between “ten un buen día” using the positive command firm for tú and adding Que to the phrase which triggers the subjunctive?

Asked 7 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Heather

There is no difference in meaning, but I would say that we use the formula with que followed by the present subjunctive a lot more. Personally I would only use "Que tengas...".

Saludos

Inma

Is there a difference between “ten un buen día” using the positive command firm for tú and adding Que to the phrase which triggers the subjunctive?

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