SUBJUNCTIVE vs. INDICATIVE Spanish Quiz

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Spanish grammar is not difficult if you learn the most important rules. Here is a subjunctive vs. indicative Spanish quiz to practice!
subjunctive vs. indicative Spanish quiz

Spanish has three moods: subjunctive, indicative, and imperative. The subjunctive is used to describe our attitude or perception towards something, while indicative talks about facts (in the past, present, or future). Moreover, imperative when you give orders or commands. Here is a fun subjunctive vs. indicative Spanish quiz to practice (keep in mind is for level B1):

For another grammar-related topic Conjugation of the VERB IR.

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This quiz was made by Mari, one of the super amazing teachers at Whee.

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