Level 4 Webtutor - Present and Past Subjunctive

With Level 4 learn the language of diplomacy and finish up the nine Spanish Tenses.

Level 4 comes in two parts

Learning Steps

Level 4 - Part 1 Present Subjunctive

There are nine basic tenses in Spanish: Seven indicative tenses and two Subjunctive tenses. This course will teach you the Present Subjunctive or the language of diplomacy. The Present Subjunctive portrays events that have not happened and we are not sure if they will ever happen. It portrays the flip side of reality. This tense is very common and is used about 15% of the time.

Included With This Course

Twenty 20-minute video lessons and a downloadable Level 4 Workbook.
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The Learning Steps

  1. Download the pages you need for your lesson.
  2. Fill in the blanks and check your answers.
  3. Listen and practice with the video lesson.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction to the Present Subjunctive
2. -AR and -ER/-IR Regular Verb Conjugation
3. Stem Changing Verb Conjugation
4. Impersonal Expressions with Regular Verbs
5. Verbs of Wish, Hope, or Doubt with Regular Verbs, Ud. & Yo Forms—Part 1
6. Verbs of Wish, Hope, or Doubt with Regular Verbs, Ud. & Yo Forms—Part 2
7. Verbs of Wish, Hope, or Doubt with Regular Verbs, All Forms—Part 1
8. Verbs of Wish, Hope, or Doubt with Regular Verbs, All Forms—Part 2
9. Verbs of Wish, Hope, Preferir and Recomendar
10. Verbs of Wish, Hope, Esperar and Ojalá
11. Irregular Verb Conjugation
12. Impersonal Expressions with Irregular Verbs
13. Verbs of Wish, Hope, or Doubt with Irregular Verbs
14. Verbs of Wish, Hope, or Doubt with all Verbs, All Forms—Part 1
15. Verbs of Wish, Hope, or Doubt with all Verbs, All Forms—Part 2
16. Subtle Commands
17. After Conjunctions Expressing an Unknown Future
18. After Whenever and Hypothetical Qualities
19. Final Exam—Part 1
20. Final Exam—Part 2

Level 4 - Part 2 Past Subjunctive

The first part of this course will teach you the Past or Imperfect Subjunctive. This tense portrays events that you wanted to happen in the past but did not happen: I wanted you to work yesterday; It was important that you worked yesterday.

The second part of this course will teach you to express events in the past that are contrary to fact: If I knew, I would go. If I had known, I would have gone.

Included With This Course

Twenty 20-minute video lessons and a downloadable Level 4 Workbook.

Buy this course now – $79.00.

The Learning Steps

  1. Download the pages you need for your lesson.
  2. Fill in the blanks and check your answers.
  3. Listen and practice with the video lesson.

Free Sample Lesson

Watch a sample lesson and download a sample pdf assignment and start learning Spanish today!

Buy Level 4 Part 2 - $79.00

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Table of Contents


1. -AR Regular Verbs Imperfect Subjunctive Conjugation
2. -ER/-IR Regular Verbs Imperfect Subjunctive Conjugation
3. Irregular Verbs Imperfect Subjunctive Conjugation
4. Imperfect Subjunctive with “Wanted”—Part 1
5. Imperfect Subjunctive with “Wanted”—Part 2
6. Imperfect Subjunctive with Verbs of Wish, Hope, or Doubt and Impersonal Expressions
7. Imperfect Subjunctive. I Told or Asked Someone to Do Something
8. Imperfect Subjunctive Exam—Part 1
9. Imperfect Subjunctive Exam—Part 2
10. Conditional Tense Conjugation Review
11. Imperfect Subjunctive. If Clauses Contrary to Fact
12. Imperfect Subjunctive Plus Conditional
13. Imperfect Subjunctive Plus Conditional
14. Imperfect Subjunctive Plus Conditional, If Clauses Contrary to Fact
15. Introduction to the Pluperfect Subjunctive with the Perfect Conditional Video
16. Pluperfect Subjunctive with the Perfect Conditional
17. Pluperfect Subjunctive with the Perfect Conditional
18. Hubiera = Should Have
19. Past Subjunctive Exam
20. Present and Past Subjunctive Exam

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