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The Spanish Subjunctive: The Only Guide You Will Ever Need

A lot has already been written on the subjunctive. Take any grammar book and you will find an amazing wealth of information, pages and pages filled with thousands of very detailed technical jargon that requires almost a linguistic degree for the learner to start to make sense of what the author meant to say.In addition, most of those materials have such lengthy explanations that you would expect a...

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“The title is true! It is the ONLY book you would ever need on the subjunctive. The author did a phenomenal job!! The topic is massive and I believe other books just wouldn't dare to take the time to cover every aspect of the subjunctive. ( such as t...”

least an amazing amount of examples to see how the subjunctive works in practical situations. However, for the most part that is wishful thinking. Most grammar books present hundreds of phrases that trigger the subjunctive yet, most of the examples use only a couple of phrases and leave out the remaining 95%. I guess the authors assume that, by virtue of their superb explanations, learners will immediately know how to use them no matter what phrase you throw at them. Unfortunately, that never happens.Despite the huge amount of information, most intermediate to advanced Spanish learners feel at a loss when it comes to using the subjunctive. And mind you, we are not talking about lazy students. In most cases we are talking about very hard-working individuals trying to study very hard each of the rules from their book. Yet, everything seems to be so mysterious and esoteric that they feel totally helpless when it comes to the subjunctive. I have met lots of very advanced students who have gone to such lengths as to develop some techniques of their own to avoid using the subjunctive. However, when it comes to the subjunctive, you can run, but you cannot hide_ or at least for long.A lot has been written, yes. And most of it is very technical and difficult to understand for most learners. Even worse, in most materials on the subjunctive there are just a bunch of examples and not enough practice_ let alone real life applications. And because of all of the above, most Spanish learners can’t use the subjunctive. Period. That is why in this book I am going to do exactly the opposite of whatever has been done so far. I am going to keep explanations very brief and to the point. I am not going to use fancy grammar names or concepts if I could avoid them. I truly believe even complex topic could be explained easily if we break them down into manageable parts. That is what I am going to do with the Subjunctive.Yes, it is a HUGE topic. Yet, I am going to break it down into very small parts which I will try to explain well enough for everyone to understand it AND… after we learn each concept I will give you lots and lots of practice before moving on to the next one. After learning a few key ideas and practicing them in isolation, I will give you lots of consolidation exercises to make absolutely sure you can see these concepts in action when they are combined. This will be a constant throughout the book. Even better, at the end of the book, once you know all there is to know about the Subjunctive, I will show you how it works by analyzing it in a play written for native Spanish speakers.If you are tired of struggling to understand how The Spanish Subjunctive works, then this book is for you. Additionally, the whole book will be available on video soon (optional - not included in the purchase price here)