Subjunctive/indicative in past tense

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Subjunctive/indicative in past tense

Does the meaning change depending on whether the subjunctive in used when the sentence is in the past?


For example


Por más que intentara, nunca lo logró.

or

Por más que intentó, nunca lo logró.

Asked 6 days ago

Subjunctive/indicative in past tense

Does the meaning change depending on whether the subjunctive in used when the sentence is in the past?


For example


Por más que intentara, nunca lo logró.

or

Por más que intentó, nunca lo logró.

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