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Clase Aula Azul
Beginner - Intermediate
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Kind instructors from the renowned Spanish language school, El Aula Azul [The Blue Classroom], explain to their students in detail about several useful Spanish grammar topics, always including plenty of practical examples.

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Clase Aula Azul - Información con subjuntivo e indicativo - Part 1

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

Ester from El Aula Azul [The Blue Classroom] begins her series on subjunctive and indicative by setting up the scene for future lessons, introducing us to pictures of some friends of hers who are studying in San Sebastian and providing us with some background information about them.

Clase Aula Azul - Información con subjuntivo e indicativo - Part 2

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

In the second part of this lesson, El Aula Azul's Ester uses the characters from the photos she has shown to her students to begin to introduce sentences with either the indicative or subjunctive, in order to teach them when to use each.

Clase Aula Azul - Información con subjuntivo e indicativo - Part 3

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

Part three of the Aula Azul's lesson continues to edify us as to when to use the subjunctive versus the indicative when providing information to someone in a conversation. We will additionally learn another, equivalent word to "aunque" [although], which often requires the subjunctive.

Clase Aula Azul - Información con subjuntivo e indicativo - Part 4

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

In today's class at El Aula Azul , we learn how the word "aunque" [although] should be used with either the indicative or the subjunctive, depending upon whether the information being conveyed is known or new to the listener.

Clase Aula Azul - Información con subjuntivo e indicativo - Part 5

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

In the final part of this El Aula Azul series, we look at several examples of sentences beginning with the Spanish word, "aunque" [although], followed by verbs conjugated in either the indicative or subjunctive mood. Although the English translations for such examples might be the same regardless of whether the verb is in subjunctive or indicative, this subtle difference in Spanish conveys whether the information being shared is new or already known to the audience.


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