|16.3 Intentions part 1|
It is the same in English.
It is important she attend the meeting.
The difference between English and Italian, we can say as well between English and all the roman languages, is the fact, that in most cases there is no difference between the subjunctive mood and the indicative mood and therefore nobody realizes that there is a subjunctive mood in English as well.
The general rules concerning the use of the congiuntivo, as explained here are to be considered as well in relationship with conjunctions. All the conjunctions which describes the events / actions of the subordinate clause as a subjective attitude toward the world requieres the congiuntivo / subjunctive in Italian.
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