Intensive Spanish: Part 19 - Subjunctive Mood

Kamil Pakula

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12 Videos (1h 50m)
    • EI 181

      3:57
    • EI 182

      13:49
    • EI 183

      15:15
    • EI 184

      9:50
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      9:15
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      10:05
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      10:16
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      7:56
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      9:18
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      8:29
    • EI 191

      6:23
    • EI 192

      5:26

About This Class

You already know the indicative mood and the imperative mood. In this class we’ll talk about the subjunctive mood. This mood is widely used in Spanish even in relatively simple constructions. You were even using it (without knowing) when we were talking about formal and negative imperative forms. Now, let’s make the picture complete.

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