In this video, we show you how to use the subjunctive mood correctly in affirmative and negative sentences. The subjunctive (subjuntivo) is one of three moods in Spanish (indicative, imperative, and subjunctive). The subjunctive is used to express desires, doubts, the unknown, the abstract, and emotion. Here you have the conjugations in present:
|él, ella, usted||hable||aprenda||viva|
Feminist language reform has proposed gender neutrality in languages with grammatical gender, such as Spanish. In this video we talk about inclusive language in Spanish. Specifically, we discuss gender-neutral nouns and pronouns. Learn Spanish online with videos!
How do you say, “The Straw that Broke the Camel’s Back” in Spanish? In Spanish we say: “La gota que rebalsó el vaso” Gota= drop, rebalsar= to overflow, vaso= glass. Watch this video to find out. Want to learn the real Latin American Spanish? Get started with a free one-on-one lesson with a native speaker from Latin America
In contrast to auxiliary verbs, modal verbs carry their own meaning; they express the speaker’s attitude towards an action. In this video: we talk about the “modal verbs”, deber, poder, querer, soler, y saber. Examples:
Debo limpiar mi casa
Quiero irme de vacaciones
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