Subjunctive Mood  

Resources Spanish Grammar Subjunctive Mood Introduction
Overview

The Spanish "subjunctive" is used to express emotions and feelings as opposed to "indicative" which refers to actual (or likely) events.

Brief overview of uses:

Present Subjunctive (view lesson here)
- Emotions today and tomorrow about something being done today or tomorrow.

Imperfect Subjunctive (view lesson here)
- Emotions yesterday about something done before yesterday and conditional sentences referring to something unreal today or tomorrow.

Present Perfect Subjunctive (view lesson here)
- Emotions today and tomorrow about something done yesterday.

Past Perfect Subjunctive (view lesson here)
- Conditional sentences referring to something unreal yesterday.


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