Have a look at its conjugation in El Presente de Subjuntivo:
|él / ella / Ud.||quiera|
|nosotros / nosotras||queramos|
|vosotros / vosotras||queráis|
|ellos / ellas / Uds.||quieran|
The first vowel -e- in the stem becomes -ie- except for the nosotros and vosotros forms.
The endings are the same as for regular -er verbs in El Presente de Subjuntivo.
Look at and listen to these examples:
- List of Common Spanish stem-changing (e > ie) verbs in the present tense
- Conjugate stem changing -er verbs (e > ie) in El Presente de Subjuntivo (present subjunctive)
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When there is no doubt, why the subjunctive?
With verbs expressing doubt, even when they are in negative, the subjunctive is needed. Here is a lesson about this:
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I've just double checked the use of subjunctive with "dudar" in negative, and there is a nuance here when we use "no dudar que". In this case, the meaning of this verb in negative is "to hope/to trust". This is why in this specific case it is used with subjunctive. So, this sentence means: "Yo espero/confío en que nosotros nos queramos siempre."
We will add an extra note to the lesson to clarify.
I hope this clarifies your doubt.