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Exceptions

Subjonctif is replaced by PRÉSENT INDICATIF :

  In expressions which do not express doubt or uncertainty

il est vrai que it is true that
il est clair que it is clear that
croire que to believe that


  The expression il semble que ... ... ... is not followed by a subjonctif if it is used in combination with me, te, lui, etc.

il semble que [subjonctif] it is seems that [subjonctif]
il me semble que [prés.indicatif] it seems to me that [prés.indicatif]
il te semble que [prés.indicatif] it seems to you that [prés.indicatif]
il lui semble que [prés.indicatif] it seems to him/her that [prés.indicatif]

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