a prize to the owner who has the most unusal name

amzylou

Senior Member
England, English
"Hi,
I am trying to say "a prize to the owner who has the most unusal name", I have put "un premio al propietario que se llama mas raro" but I don't think it sounds quite right! Thanks
 
  • Basenjigirl

    Senior Member
    English, USA
    un premio a la persona que tenga el nombre más curioso.
    un premio a la persona que tenga el nombre más distinto.
     

    amzylou

    Senior Member
    England, English
    thank you! Would I still need the present subjunctive if I were to change "persona" to "cliente"?
     

    jivemu

    Senior Member
    Spain / Spanish
    thank you! Would I still need the present subjunctive if I were to change "persona" to "cliente"?
    Yes, you would. Because you still don't know who's that person you're going to give the prize to, there's a doubt -> subjunctive. It doesn't matter if you're using "persona", "propietario" or "cliente".

    Saludos.
     
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