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The Subjunctive: A Quiz - Spanish Language. The Spanish Subjunctive: A Quiz Do you know when to use the subjunctive mood in Spanish, and how to say it?

The Subjunctive: A Quiz - Spanish Language

Find out by taking this self-correcting quiz. If you need a quick review first, check the lessons on choosing between the subjunctive and indicative, the subjunctive tenses, and conjugation. To take the quiz, simply use your mouse to select the correct translation for each English sentence. When you're through, press the button at the bottom to find out your score and the correct answers.

If for some reason your browser doesn't show or handle the quiz properly, as appears to be the case since JavaScript can't be detected on your browser,  check out the printable non-JavaScript version and/or the answers page. Enjoy! Verb Conjugation Table. Spanish Verb:amar English Translation: to love Like our free content?

Verb Conjugation Table

Let us know! Follow us on Twitter to recieve our Verb of the Day! Notes: Regular. Translated sentences containing 'amar' Dudaban que él la amara. They doubted that he loved her. Arturo dice que ama a Rosa María y que no puede vivir sin ella. Arturo says that he loves Rosa María and that he can't live without her. Tú tienes lo que busco, lo que deseo. You have what I am looking for, what I desire. ¿Seré capaz de volver a amar a alguien otra vez? Spanish Verb Mastery - Free Spanish Verb Charts. Conjugation of 'haber' in the present tense. One of the most common verbs in Spanish is haber. Haber has three main uses: As an auxiliary verb to form compound tenses: When used in this way, haber is the equivalent of the English auxiliary verb "to have" (which is much different than the English "to have" when it means "to possess").

Haber is used in a variety of tenses to form what are known as the perfect tenses because they refer to actions that have been or will be completed. As in English, the perfect tenses are formed by following a form of haber (it is conjugated irregularly) with a past participle. Examples: He comprado un coche. In English, it is very common to insert an adverb or other word between the two parts of a compound verb, such as in the sentence "he has always gone. "

Direct Object/Indirect Object

Two Verbs for 'To Know': 'Saber' and 'Conocer' - Learn Spanish Language. Just because the Spanish words saber and conocer both mean "to know" in English doesn't mean they're interchangeable. The two verbs are fully different verbs with meanings — at least to the Spanish speaker — that aren't the same at all. So remember the cardinal rule of translation when you're translating from the English: translate meaning, not words.

The Spanish verb conocer, which comes from the same root as the English words "cognition" and "recognize," generally means "to be familiar with. " You would use it in constructions such as these:

Irregular Verb Conjugation

Amusing Spanish Idioms. See also Spanish Slang, Spanish Words & Phrases An idiom is a phrase that is understood to have a meaning different from its literal meaning.

Amusing Spanish Idioms

For example, in English when we say “it’s raining cats and dogs” we mean it’s raining heavily, it’s a downpour. Like the cats and dogs example, idioms are fun, colorful expressions and the direct translation of an idiom from one language to another is often hilarious. Below are some of my favorite Spanish idioms. This is not an exhaustive list of Spanish idioms but rather a selection of amusing Spanish idioms that at one time or another caught my attention. No tiene dos dedos de frente. Tiene más lana que un borrego. A otro perro con ese hueso. La carne de burro no es transparente. Cada quien tiene su manera de matar pulgas. Da un beso a la botella. El hijo de la gato, ratones mata. Antes que te cases mira lo que haces. Negative commands in Spanish (Informal, TU) 1. Informal or Tú commands.

The Informal commands (AKA Telling your family & friends to do stuff!)

Informal or Tú commands

When we are with friends, siblings or children, we can order them around more casually. There is a command form for this that is more casual than the Formal Command. We can think of the formation of the Tú commands one of two ways: For example, here are some common affirmative Tú commands: Hurrah! And there are only 8 (eight!) (you knew there had to be a couple): Irregular Commands ("tú") Home / Grammar / Topic Notes: The written lesson is below.Links to quizzes, tests, etc. are to the left.

Irregular Commands ("tú")

The following eight verbs have irregular familiar commands in the affirmative: Note that these irregularities only occur with affirmative tú commands. Command Quiz. Spanish II: Three Imperfect Irregular Verbs. Online Spanish Dictionary. Table. Better than a textbook (But a lot of site behind pay block)

Por and Para. Home / Grammar / Topic Notes: The written lesson is below.Links to quizzes, tests, etc. are to the left. "Por" and "para" have a variety of meanings, and they are often confused because they can each be translated as "for. " Gracias por la información. Thanks for the information. To learn to use "por" and "para" correctly, you need to do two things: Learn the rules for how por and para are used.Memorize model sentences.