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  • Logical Spanish - Level 5

EVEL FIVE – LOGICAL SPANISH

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This level starts with a considerable amount of revision of past tenses already learnt and more indication of when to use each one. It goes on to expand on other areas of grammar and introduces the “past perfect” and “conditional” tenses. The final part of the course provides a basic and clear introduction to the use of the”present subjunctive”.

This package contains an audio file with a repetition of all written Spanish and a separate file with answers to exercises.

Content

Section One – Talking about the past.

  1. Past continuous tense – hablaba – I was speaking/I used to speak

  2. Past simple tense – hablé – I spoke

Section Two – Some uses of past participles

  1. Present perfect tense – he hablado – I have spoken

  2. Past perfect tense – había hablado – I had spoken

  3. As adjectives – español hablado – spoken Spanish

Section Three – Talking about the future

  1. Future of intention – voy a hablar – I’m going to speak

  2. Conditional tense – hablaría – I would speak

  3. Future simple tense – hablaré – I will speak

Section Four – Talking about hypothetical situations

  1. Present subjunctive. No quiero que hables – I don´t want you to speak.

Para que hablen – so that they speak.

  1. Imperatives which use the present subjunctive

¡No hables! Don´t speak (Singular familiar negative)

¡Hable! ¡No hable! Speak! Don’t speak! (Singular formal positive and negative)

¡Hablen! !No hablen! Speak! Don´t speak! (Plural formal positive and negative)

Logical Spanish - Level 5

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