Subjunctive versus Indicative in Spanish


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Which of the following sentences contains subjunctive?

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1. Which of these sentences contains the subjunctive?


In the following sentence, which verb is conjugated in the subjunctive mood?

Yo quiero que ella coma. (I want that she eats. / I want her to eat.)

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet addresses what you know about using the subjunctive and indicative moods in Spanish. You'll test your understanding of what these moods are and how to recognize them in Spanish conversation.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet is offered to test what you know about:

  • Identifying the subjunctive
  • How to conjugate the subjunctive
  • Choosing the verb that indicates the indicative mood

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember how to recognize the subjunctive mood by the verb in the sentence
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast the subjunctive and indicative moods
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of what distinguishes the indicative mood to be able to answer questions about it

Additional Learning

There is a full overview on this topic in the accompanying lesson, Subjunctive versus Indicative in Spanish. This lesson provides deeper insight into:

  • How moods are different from tenses
  • What indicative explains
  • The acronym for when to use the subjunctive mood
  • What the subjunctive requires that the indicative does not
  • Forming the subjunctive
  • Examples of these moods in use