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I have been teaching Spanish in the U.S for 12 years at the high school level. I teach first year through fourth year Spanish classes. I hope you find my resources helpful for your students. My resources are grammar based and include graphic organizers, worksheets, tests, quizzes, and personal questions.

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A worksheet to practice the difference between present subjunctive, indicative (present tense), and infinitive

This is a good structured practice as students are being introduced to the differences between subjunctive, indicative, and infinitive

Complete each sentence using the indicative (present tense), present subjunctive, or infinitive, as indicated in parenthesis.

  1. (infinitive) Yo quiero _________________ en español. (hablar)

(subjunctive) Ud prefiere que yo _______________ papas fritas. (comer)

(indicative) Dudo que ella _____________ bailar el tango. (saber)

There are 24 sentences total. Answer key is included.


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