You may have heard that the subjunctive conjugation in Spanish has many rules—however, once you get the clear meaning behind them, you won’t need to memorize long lists of fixed phrases again.
Today, we’ll learn how to build the subjunctive form for useful verbs in Spanish. You’ll also get to know which elements are required to use the subjunctive mood in a sentence.
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Are you having trouble discerning when to use the subjunctive mood in Spanish?
Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Actually, the subjunctive is one of the hardest-to-master concepts in the Spanish grammar.
However, today you are going to learn specific cases that simplify this challenging subject. In this post, we’ll make a quick recap of what the subjunctive is and when to use it in...Read More
On Part 1 of the Spanish subjuntivo series, we learned what the subjuntivo is. As you already know, the subjunctive is a mood that allows us to express ideas, thoughts, desires, possibilities, and doubts. Because it is a mood and not a tense, we can use it in both the present tense to refer to a current action – see Part 2 of the subjuntivo series – or in the imperfect tense to...Read More