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183 Lesson Encantar and the subjunctive LightSpeed Spanish

In this lesson we look at the way we use the verb Encantar and the subjunctive. Should we use the Subjunctive with ‘lo que’? We also look at how we join verbs together and use PARA as TO. We end the lesson with a speed conversation. How much can you catch of what we say?... Read more »
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178 Chalk and Talk How to use Shall in Spanish and much more LightSpeed Spanish

  Shall in Spanish, Fuerza vs Fuerte and sin que-How to use them?   In this lesson we offer you a very practical lesson on the words that drop out of our English when we speak Spanish and why we don’t use Shall in Spanish. We also talk about Subjunctive triggers with Sin que and... Read more »
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166 Chalk and Talk Spanish Subjunctive test + culture

Take a great Spanish Subjunctive test! In this lesson we offer you a wonderful Spanish Subjunctive test to really check your understanding. You need to decide if we really need the subjunctive or not! Are you up for the challenge? The sentences are here for you to download and do before the lesson. Download the... Read more »
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156 Chalk and Talk Spanish Quiz Time with Mercedes LightSpeed Spanish

It’s Spanish quiz time again! In this lesson we work together through a range of test sentences that come from Rachel Williams. If you want to fully work through the Spanish quiz, then be sure to download the homework sheet and… be sure to DO THE SENTENCES FIRST! Mercedes helps out by giving her opinion... Read more »
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32 Chalk and Talk Spanish Future Subjunctive AFTERWARDS LightSpeed Spanish

‘Afterwards’ and the Spanish Future Subjunctive.  When we say: The Spanish Future Subjunctive, we are not talking about the real Spanish future subjunctive tense that you may have seen in old Spanish. Rather, we are talking about the present tense Subjunctive that is used when referring to up and coming future events. Listen in as... Read more »
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