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224 Chalk and Talk Spanish Subjunctive errors Light Speed Spanish

In this lesson we look at the Spanish subjunctive errors that NATIVE SPEAKERS make and ones that can often catch us very much off guard when we don’t know that they are errors. It may be a surprise that native speakers make such glaring Spanish subjunctive errors, but it’s true and it needs to be... Read more »
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218 Moving to Spain and QUE with the subjunctive LightSpeed Spanish

In this super lesson we firstly talk about the pros and cons of moving to Spain and how the experience affected us. We then go on to use the book: Palabra por Palabra to show how in some phrases, QUE can create a change from Subjunctive to Indicative. If you have the dream of moving... Read more »
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201 Chalk and Talk More SE and the Spanish Present Subjunctive LightSpeed Spanish

In this lesson we firstly look at the way the Passive SE is used and the Victim Structure. We then move to the Spanish Present Subjunctive and the Subjunctive After Nonexistent and Indefinite Antecedents. What in God’s name is that, I hear you gasp! And that was my self same question. Watch on as we... Read more »
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196 Lesson Probablemente + Future and Our learning journey LightSpeed Spanish

In this lesson we look at the strange way that we can use Probablemente + future in Spanish. Normally, the word probablemente is a trigger for the subjunctive, so whay do we use the future? All will be explained in the lesson! We start by talking about some key moments in our learning journey! Un... Read more »
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192 Lesson Spanish refrains and Cool verbs LightSpeed Spanish

In this lesson we test out your knowledge of some very well known Spanish refrains. There are many, many Spanish refrains, but we have chosen the ones that tend to be used a lot! We then look at an unusual use of the Spanish Subjunctive as well as some great uses of Ganar and Desgañar.... Read more »
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