This is a collection of three practices with the present subjunctive in noun, adjective and adverb clauses allowing students to practice all of the major uses of the Present Subjunctive in Spanish. There are 15 questions in each practice, 45 total. All of the items are fill in style where the infinitive is given and the students have to conjugate the verb into the present subjunctive, present indicative or leave it in the infinitive. Some items are paragraphs, others are discrete sentences. The activities are in 14point font so that they can be printed as student handouts. These activities have worked well in Spanish 3 classes at the end of the year and in Spanish 4 classes as a review since they mix the more advanced adverbial clauses with the more basic structures. Adverbial clauses that always require the subjunctive and ones that only take the subjunctive with future events are included. A full answer key is included.
Spanish grammar, Present Subjunctive, nominal clauses, adjective clauses, adverbial clauses that always take Subjunctive, adverbial clauses that take the Subjunctive with future events, doubt/ uncertainty, emotion/ reaction, transfer of will, imaginary antecedent, intermediate Spanish, level 3 or 4, gramática, presente del subjuntivo, cláusulas nominales, cláusulas adjetivales, Kirsten Cox, AP/IB