Still confused by some subjunctive phrases in Spanish?
Or perhaps you get it now, but you’re ready to master it with a bit more practice.
This is normal. The subjunctive mood in Spanish is peculiar in that when you first learn it, it’s uncomfortably foreign—but magically once you practice it, it flows naturally.
That’s because you get used to hearing the verbs...Read More
In our three-part series about the Spanish subjunctive, we explore the most pressing questions about it, such as what is it? When and how to use it? Then, we dig a bit deeper and focus on the present and imperfect tenses of the feared subjuntivo.
Let’s assume that you’ve mastered the theory about the Spanish subjunctive and now you want to go directly to the action of using it in...Read More
There comes a point in your language learning journey when you hear about the infamous Spanish subjunctive: el subjuntivo. Many fear it without really knowing what it’s all about because they’ve heard that it’s hard. But hey, it’s not that bad! As I’ve mentioned before, there are elements of language that cannot be translated into another language as is. Sometimes, we need to create a new...Read More