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The preterite is a form of the verb that is used to talk about actions that were completed in the past in Spanish. It often corresponds to the simple past in English, as in I bought a new bike; Mary went to the shops on Friday; I typed two reports yesterday.
You may have heard that the subjunctive conjugation in Spanish has many rules—however, once you get the clear meaning behind them, you won’t need to memorize long lists of fixed phrases again.
Today, we’ll learn how to build the subjunctive form for useful verbs in Spanish. You’ll also get to know which elements are required to use the subjunctive mood in a sentence.
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