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Title: Introduccin al subjuntivo


1
Introducción al subjuntivo
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2
Qué es el subjuntivo?
Hoy vamos a aprender el uso del presente del
subjuntivo en clásulas nominales. In other
words, today we are going to learn how to form
the subjunctive and when to use it in noun
clauses!
3
El Subjuntivo
The subjunctive is often difficult for students
to understand, so I will explain it in English
first and then we will practice using it in
Spanish.
Think of the subjunctive as a mood rather than a
tense. Tense is associated with when an action
occurs (past, present, future), while mood is a
reflection of how the speaker feels about the
action. We dont often use the subjunctive in
English, but it is frequently used in Spanish.
4
No Comprendo!
  • Estos son los ejemplos del subjuntive en
    inglés
  • The doctor recommends that you eat an apple
    everyday.Subjunctive conjugation you eatThe
    law requires that you be 18 years old to
    vote.Subjunctive conjugation you beIf I were
    famous, I could get away with anything.Subjunctiv
    e conjugation I were

Click the question mark for more examples of the
subjunctive mood in English, or click the arrow
to continue!
5
Subjuntivo en Inglés
  • Más ejemplos
  • I prefer that she be home by ten oclock tonight.
    Subjunctive she be
  • My dad insists that I get good grades in all my
    classes. Subjunctive I get
  • We dont believe that it will snow tomorrow.
  • Subjunctive it will snow

6
Repaso
  • Hasta ahora hemos usado el modo indicativo para
    forma los verbos.
  • Usamos el indicativo para un evento conocido o
    cuando la persona que habla no tiene duda.
  • El subjuntivo es un poco más complicado. Por
    eso, voy a enseñar en Inglés.

7
Guidelines
  • There are specific moods associated with using
    the subjunctive.
  • Many times sentences that express doubt,
    uncertainty, denial, desire, commands or
    reactions require the use of the subjunctive
  • These sentences will have two clauses, an
    independent and a dependent clause. If the
    independent clause expresses doubt, uncertainty,
    denial, desire, a command, or reaction then the
    dependent clause will take the subjunctive.
  • If you understand this information continue to
    the next slide, if you need review of clauses
    click the question mark

8
Using the Subjunctive in Noun Clauses
  • THREE CONDITIONS REQUIRED TO USE THE SUBJUNCTIVE
    IN NOUN CLAUSES
  • 1) The sentence must contain a main clause and a
    subordinate clause.
  • 2) The main clause and subordinate clause must
    have DIFFERENT subjects.
  • 3) The main clause must communicate a certain
    message.

9
HASTA LUEGO!!
10
Im still confused, when do we use the
subjunctive in noun clauses?
  • Just remember this mnemonic
  • WEDDING
  • W wish/want
  • E emotion
  • D doubt/denial
  • D desire/hope
  • I impersonal expression and influence
  • N negative opinion
  • G god will and gustar type verbs

For further explanation and examples visit this
website!
11
Formation
  • Now that we looked at when to use the subjunctive
    in the most basic form, we need to learn how to
    form the present subjunctive.
  • Start with the verb in the yo form- then drop
    the -o ending and add
  • -e, -es, -e, emos, éis, en for -ar verbs
  • Hablo Hable
  • -a, as, -a, áis, an for -er and -ir verbs
  • Comen Coman
  • Vives Vivas

12
Goals
  • This power point would probably be best used as
    a supplement to a lesson given in class. The
    subjunctive is always a very hard concept to
    teach in Spanish and this power point would give
    students notes and practice to look at at home
    after I taught this lesson. The additional
    websites at the end of the powerpoint would also
    help students become familiar with the next
    topics to be covered in the following class.
    Learning a language requires practice and
    repetition and if I had this power point posted
    on a class website and required students to look
    at it for homework I think it would really help
    reinforce the information they already learned.

13
Sources
  • http//www.flickr.com http//spanish.about.
  • http//www.chompchomp.com/terms/clause.htm
  • http//www.spanish-kit.net/grammar/285.html
  • http//www.studyspanish.com/verbs

14
Lets Practice!
  • Conjugate these verbs into the subjunctive.
    Click on each verb when youre done to check your
    answers!
  • Escribir usted form
  • Tener ustedes form
  • Conocer yo form

15
Dont be fooled!
  • Answer conozca
  • Remember conocer is irregular in the yo form. The
    subjunctive looks like this
  • Yo conozca
  • Tú conozcas
  • Usted/él/ella conozca
  • Nosotros conozacamos
  • Vosotros conozcáis
  • Ustedes/ellos/ellas conozcan

16
Recap!
  • Today we learned how to form the regular present
    subjunctive in Spanish. Next class we will look
    at irregular conjugations and verbs that are
    irregular in the subjunctive. Visit these
    websites before class and complete the sample
    quiz for extra practice!
  • Irregular verbs
  • Irregular conjugations
  • Sample quiz

17
How did you do?
  • Escriba

18
Bueno?
  • Answer Tengan
  • Tenir is irregular in the yo form, but its
    still tengo tenga.

19
Noun Clauses
  • Every clause contains a subject and a conjugated
    verb. Some sentences have only one clause (this
    is a simple sentence). Example Quiero agua I
    want water. In this sentence agua is the noun
    describing what the speaker wants.
  • Other sentences, called complex sentences, have
    both a main clause (independent) and a
    subordinate (dependent) clause.
  • Example Quiero que me traigas agua I want you
    to bring me water. In this sentence que me
    traigas agua is a clause acting as a noun.
    Because the speaker is expressing a desire the
    subjunctive is used in the subordinate clause.

20
SOL Addressed
  • Throughout the lesson I tried to help students
    understand the connection between the subjunctive
    use in English and Spanish. This is covered in
    SOL SIII.7, which states The student will
    reinforce his or her knowledge of connections
    between the Spanish language and other subject
    areas.
  • Although the subjunctive is not specifically
    mentioned in the Virginia SOLs for Spanish, most
    school districts require students learn this verb
    form in Spanish III.
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