Varios de nuestros oyentes nos han pedido que hagamos un episodio explicando los usos del subjuntivo.

Así que aquí está por fin este episodio tan solicitado.

Get Podcast Transcript & Subjunctive Cheat Sheet (BONUS)

Esta es la parte 1 y pronto haremos la parte 2.

Esa fácil recordar cuando usar el subjuntivo si recordamos el acrónimo WEIRDO.

Cada una de estas letras es un uso del subjuntivo.

Hoy hablaremos del subjuntivo vs el indicativo y daremos ejemplos de las 2 primeras letras, las cuales son deseos y emociones.

Recuerda que puedes descargar la transcripción de este episodio para que escuches y leas al mismo tiempo.

=> Don't forget to grab the subjunctive cheat sheet with the button above. 🙂

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Nate Alger

I learned to speak Conversationally Fluent Spanish in 1 Year of Semi-Focused Study through language exchanges, online tutors, online teaching, and Podcasts like this one!

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  1. Hi! I love your podcast, guys! I used to teach high school Spanish and now am an ESL teacher. I love how your podcasts help me brush up on my speaking and listening skills. I thought y’all mentioned a subjunctive guide or cheat sheet but I can’t find it. Did I go to the wrong page?

    1. Hi Kristin, thanks so much for the kind words and glad you are able to apply the Podcast to your ESL teaching. Yep, there is a subjunctive cheat sheet in the same downloadable as the transcript. So just download the transcript and you will get the cheat sheet as well.

      Thanks for listening!

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