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Old February 12, 2017, 08:55 PM
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One of the easiest subjunctive rule in Spanish is that if a conjucated verb follows the conditional in the same sentence, the conjucated verb should be in the past subjunctive. So, you answered your question. I think you could do it these ways too:
No me lo habrķan dado por el precio que (yo) les hubiera ofrecido. You can also say no me lo darķa por el precio que yo les quisiera pagar (or que yo les ofreciera)
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