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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... Read more »
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30 Chalk and Talk Spanish Subjunctive Possibilities (cont) LightSpeed Spanish

Spanish Subjunctive Possibilities continued. Hola de nuevo. We are into the second half of the lesson on Spanish subjunctive possibilities. This time we look at the way that they are used with such verbs as Negar and Dudar. Spanish subjunctive possibilities are a fundamental part of our spoken Spanish and... Read more »
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28 Chalk and Talk Spanish Subjunctive Possibilities LightSpeed Spanish

Making Spanish Subjunctive Possibilities the easy way! Making Spanish subjunctive possibilities needn’t be difficult nor stressful. In fact, once you have the tools to create these sentences, it all becomes far easier. Spanish subjunctive possibilities are a fundamental part of how we speak. It’s possible that you haven’t realised that... Read more »
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26 Chalk and Talk Spanish Subjunctive Obligations LightSpeed Spanish

Spanish Subjunctive Obligations – The HOW TO series Using Spanish subjunctive obligations isn’t as difficult as you think, and what’s more, it’s vital that you know how to do it! (That’s an ‘obligation structure’ by the way.) In this Chalk and Talk session we show you how to create some... Read more »
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24 Chalk and Talk Spanish Subjunctive Opinions LightSpeed Spanish

Spanish Subjunctive Opinions Here we offer you the fourth in the series on the Spanish subjunctive and this time we are dealing with Spanish subjunctive opinions. We give opinions all of the time when we are talking, however, only CERTAIN opinions need to be in the subjunctive. This is why... Read more »
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