In this activity, students practice identifying and distinguishing between the indicative and subjunctive key phrases.
This activity does not teach the concept of the different phrases but rather practices it. Therefore, students should already be introduced to this concept prior to completing this activity.
In this activity students:
1) read a letter
written about a future trip to Madrid
2) underline the key phrases that indicate the indicative mood
(e.g., "Es cierto que....")
3) circle the key phrases that indicate the subjunctive mood
(e.g., "Yo espero que...")
4) check the verbs that follow and correct them if needed
(there are 10+ verbs that are conjugated incorrectly)
5) write original sentences
given the indicative and subjunctive key phrases
This is a great activity to review the uses of the indicative versus subjunctive key phrases.
An answer key is included.
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