Hello, I don't know if I've ever seen a language that uses a special participle for the subjunctive or conditional -- i.e., a participle that indicates what might happen or could have happened, rather than what has happened/is happening. For example, take a sentence like, The winning team will receive a prize of $1,000. Here, "winning" refers to something that hasn't happened yet, and indeed might never happen (perhaps the match/tournament will be cancelled, etc.). If "winning" were converted into a finite verb ("The team that wins ..."), some languages might translate it with the subjunctive: e.g., in Spanish, El equipo que gane [subjunctive] recibirá un premio de $1,000. Do you know of any languages that would translate "que gane" with a special participial form, meaning something like "maybe-winning"?