Querer que to say to want [someone] to is always followed by the El Presente de Subjuntivo. This also holds for negative constructions and questions. Look at and listen to these examples:
Note: the subject (yo, tú etc.) in the first and second part of the sentence are usually different. Take the last example:
Tus amigos quieren que seas más sociable.
The subject of querer is tus amigos but the subject of ser más sociable is tú.
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