Make a challenging grammar concept fun with these two autocorrecting, editable, digital Spanish Subjunctive Mystery Picture puzzles. As students type in the correct answer, the photograph reveals itself a piece at a time. When the answer is incorrect, the block turns red. Students learn when to use the present subjunctive, the indicative, and the imperfect subjunctive in Spanish. These activities can be used for in-class subjunctive practice, for homework, or for absent students. Appropriate for high school Spanish learners.
✅ THESE SPANISH SUBJUNCTIVE MYSTERY PICTURES INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
- Spanish Subjunctive Mystery Picture #1: Includes Student instructions in Spanish and 16 Cloze sentences in which students fill in the correct conjugation of either the Spanish present subjunctive or the indicative. When the answer is correct, the box turns green and progressively reveals the photograph. When it is incorrect, the box turns red and the student must try again until the box turns green.
- Spanish Subjunctive Digital Mystery Picture #2: Has Student instructions in Spanish and 16 Cloze sentences in which students fill in the correct conjugation of either the present subjunctive or the imperfect subjunctive in Spanish. When the answer is correct, the box turns green and progressively reveals the photograph. When it is incorrect, the box turns red and the student must try again until the box turns green. These sentences are different than the sentences in the Mystery Picture #1.
- Image with the answers
- Teacher Instructions with the links to the Google Sheets
- Spanish Subjunctive Student Handout: Demonstrates when to use the present, imperfect, perfect, pluperfect subjunctive, and conditional perfect
~Chart of verb conjugations in the Spanish presente, perfect, imperfect, and pluperfect subjunctive: el presente del subjuntivo, el perfecto del subjuntivo, el imperfecto del subjuntivo, el pluscuamperfecto del subjuntivo, y el potencial compuesto
~Wish, doubt, emotions, impersonal expressions, after conjunctions of time, after certain adverbs, after “aunque” if the action has not occurred yet, after “por más que, por menos que, adondequiera que, comoquiera que, cuandoquiera que, after “ojalá”
~Infinitive vs. subjunctive
~Indicative vs. subjunctive
~The subjunctive after SÍ clauses: Si fuera rico…
THE SPANISH SUBJUNCTIVE DIGITAL MYSTERY PICTURES ARE INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING BUNDLES:
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