Subjunctive Spanish conjugation
Lessons Nbr. 148 – 154
(Compilation Nbr. 15)
In the present Spanish lessons compilation #15 we will finish learning Spanish conjugation tenses. Especially, you will learn the Spanish subjunctive mode (what I call here the Subjunctive Spanish conjugation).
However, this 2 hour-long video is a continuation and conclusion of our last-week video. Click here to watch our previous video-lessons on Spanish conjugation tenses.
Overall Spanish has 4 different subjunctive tenses, or tenses of the subjunctive mood:
1) Presente del Modo Subjuntivo
Ex: No creo que Juan coma toda la comida hoy (I don’t think that Juan will eat his food today).
2) Pretérito Imperfecto del Modo Subjuntivo
Ex: No creo que Juan comiera/comiese toda la comida ayer (I don’t think that Juan ate his food yesterday).
3) Pretérito Perfecto del Modo Subjuntivo
Ex: No creo que Juan haya comido la comida aún (I don’t think that Juan has eaten his food yet).
4) Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto del Modo Subjuntivo
Ex: Juan habría comida la comida si ésta hubiera/hubiese estado servida (Juan would have eaten the food if it had been served).
In the video that you will find below I will explain better, and I will present some more examples of the Subjunctive in Spanish.
The present video contains the following Spanish lessons
- Lesson 148: Subjunctive Spanish conjugation – Future
- Lesson 149: Subjunctive Spanish conjugation – Present Perfect
- Lesson 150: Subjunctive Spanish conjugation – Past Perfect
- Lesson 151: Subjunctive Spanish conjugation – Future Perfect
- Lesson 152: Spanish Alphabet: Words that begin with A
- Lesson 153: Spanish conjugation: AMAR (to love)
- Lesson 154: Spanish irregular verbs: ANDAR (to go/to walk)
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