Cuando + indicative, cuando + subjunctive
Hello! Today, in our express Spanish course, an explanation of the difference between CUANDO + INDICATIVE and CUANDO + SUBJECTIVE.
1. we use WHEN + INDICATIVEto talk about an action or routine that is not in the future
Cuando toco la guitarra, soy feliz / Cuando iba a la escuela, veía a mis amigos.
2. We use WHEN + SUBJECTIVE to talk about actions in the future:
Cuando tenga dinero, me compraré una casa grande / Cuando cumplas 18 años te compraré una moto.
Imperative mood in Spanish
The imperative mood (imperativo) is used to give commands or orders, instructions and give advice. Giving orders: “Roberto, pon la mesa, por favor”.Giving instructions: “Primero introduzca la moneda, después marque el número”.Offering: “Coge más tarta”.Giving advise: “Si bebes, no conduzcas”. Forms of the imperative mood Regular verbs HABLARCORRERVIVIR(tú)HablaCorreVive(vosotros)HabladCorredVivid(usted)HableCorraViva(ustedes)HablenCorranVivan Irregular verbs A) Verbs with la same […]
Homophonic words in Spanish
Homophonic words are those that are pronounced the same but have different meanings. Do you want to know some? Homophonic words, besides having different meanings, are written differently. Here are some examples of the correct use of the most commonly used homophonic words in Spanish.
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