Spanish Video for the Present Subjunctive
Spanish Video for the Present Subjunctive by Angie Torre
What’s better comprehensible input than conversation with a native speaker? Videos of native speakers with Spanish subtitles AND overlaid visuals and animation to aid in comprehension, with music and corresponding activities for recycling and repetition of vocabulary and concepts.
To see a sample of the Spanish Video for the Present Subjunctive, click here: Sample Video on the Present Subjunctive
Spanish Video for the Present Subjunctive includes the following:
~A video conversation between Jessica and Rodrigo demonstrating the use of the present subjunctive. The video includes Spanish subtitles, music, and overlaid visuals to aid in comprehension and provide comprehensible input.
Rodrigo asks Jessica to marry him and she tells him he has to change a few things first. She uses many phrases with implied commands and the present subjunctive such as, “Quiero que… / Sugiero que… / Exijo que…”
~Script of the conversation
~Activities in which students answer comprehension questions
~Activity in which students underline the indicative and subjunctive in different colors.
Your students will love the Spanish Video for the Present Subjunctive!
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