This document uses three grammar exercises to tell the story of the Emperor's New Clothes (my version). The first exercise is preterit versus imperfect, the second is present subjunctive versus present indicative, and the third is present subjunctive versus present perfect subjunctive. The students have to complete all three to have the full story. I use this with my level 3 students; it is appropriate for levels 4 and 5 as well. Please ignore the awkward title, as the new "no punctuation in the title" convention made this one a bit challenging.