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Using the Imperfect Subjunctive with the Conditional in Spanish

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Which statement would you most likely hear from someone who likes the novel being discussed, now and in the future?

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1. How does one conjugate the verbs estar, tener and comer in the yo form of the conditional?

2. How does one conjugate the verbs estar, tener and comer in the yo form of the imperfect subjunctive?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The Spanish language regularly employs the use of the imperfect subjunctive tense and the conditional tense in conjunction with one another. The lesson quiz and worksheet will help you review the proper sentence structure when using these tenses.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz and worksheet will test you on:

  • Expressing unchanging opinion
  • Example verbs estar, tener and comer
  • Proper verb conjugation in each tense
  • Complete full sentences using these tenses

Skills Practiced

These assessments will evaluate your skills of:

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding verb conjugation
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related Spanish lesson
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about communicating opinion

Additional Learning

Secure your knowledge of the subject matter by reviewing the lesson titled Using the Imperfect Subjunctive with the Conditional in Spanish. Work on these objectives using this lesson:

  • Understand using these tenses to express probability and contrary-to-fact scenarios
  • Know how to properly conjugate verbs in both the conditional and the imperfect subjunctive
  • Use these tenses to convey opinion
  • Utilize the verbs estar, tener and comer as examples
  • Know how to apply the proper verb form to complete a sentence in Spanish
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