This is a two-sided practice sheet that contains a list of several phrases that automatically require the subjunctive in Spanish. After the list, there is a logical or illogical section where the students read phrases with the subjunctive and decide if they are logical or not. This is a good "get used to the subjunctive phrases" opening activity. Then, students are asked to complete sentences with a conjugated verb in the subjunctive mood. Each sentence contains a subjunctive trigger word/phrase. Finally there is an activity where students will need to translate some subjunctive sentences into Spanish. These activities become gradually more difficult which is perfect for comprehension and retention. There is also an answer key for the teacher.