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Random sentence generator - Spanish
Subjunctive in present and past tenses
This random sentence generator allows students to practice the use of the subjunctive versus the indicative (both present and past tense) in noun clauses, adjective clauses, adverb clauses, and "si" clauses.
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The colored squares bring up a different combination of prompts every time you click the button.
Keywords: subjunctive vs. indicative, noun clauses, adverb clauses, adjective clauses, subjunctive in "si" clauses, imperfect subjunctive, conjunctions, unknown antecedent, non-existent antecedent, special verbs, subjunctive triggers, relative clauses, compound sentences, Spanish,