This document deals with replacing the subjunctive with the infinitive; there are many verbs in the Spanish language that permit you to use the infinitive, and many students learning Spanish tend to rely too heavily on the use of the infinitive without realizing that the subjunctive always emphasizes a feeling that is stronger, more direct, more convincing, more persuasive, more affectionate, more eloquent, more suggestive, more dissatisfied, more negative, more fearful, more emotional, more hopeful, more probable, more possible, more doubtful, etc. We go into great detail specifying examples of these different feelings listed above, and we give extensive explanations of the grammar behind it all, including excellent examples by Miguel Morales Jiménez
This Gotitas Gramáticales document is jam-packed with 6 pages of information that you can only get from a native Spanish speaker; you will come out with a whole new outlook on how to manipulate these verbs according to the types of feelings needed to be portrayed. Everything has been written and / or approved by Miguel Morales Jiménez, a Spanish Professor from Guatemala with over 40 years of experience, and then everything has been translated by Davicho, a native from Cincinnati, Ohio. I am confident that this is the best document out there, and it’s perfect for teaching in the classroom! ¡Que sea de su total agrado!