A very effective book is called Horizontes, Gramatica y conversacion, a colelge text book that clealy illustratets the tense with examples. However, the book is written completely in spanish
I don't know of a book specifically about the subjunctive but, practice makes perfect: complete spanish grammar, goes through the subjunctive in two units and can help with all of the other tenses as well. ____________________________________________________________________ There is a book called "Practice Makes Perfect: The Spanish Subjunctive Up Close," but it won't be released until July 31, 2008. There is currently a book for sale on Amazon called "Demystifying Spanish Grammar," which explains the subjunctive in two chapters.
You can use "Que tengas un buen día". This uses the subjunctive, since you are expressing a wish or desire.
Spanish for dummies is a good book. There are also multiple good books out there to learn Spanish that you can find at most book stores, including Chapters.
The spanish dictionary
To say "have a good day", you could say "Que tenga un buen día". For something like "I can have a good day", you could say "Yo pueda tener un buen día". Notice these are both in the subjunctive: These are wishes or desires, not facts.
Well if want to be a vet i think you should for those Spanish speaking people. i think it would be good. but it not necessary. i would like a vet that speaks Spanish because i don't like explaining things to my mom. it can be helpful.
Hi! I often check this webpage when I need any information about Spanish-related stuff, it's quite good. I dunno any book about this topic, sorry! Here's the link though
you can explain your determination by explaining what you are good at
It means "I hope everything is good". Este is the subjunctive form of estar - to be.
Take good care of yourself. The subjunctive is used in this type of stement because it implies a wish or desire on the part of the speaker, not a statement of fact. Another common use of this form is "Que tenga un buen día", or "have a good day".
you should just pick up the friggen book! do u really think that someone will waste there time explaining to you the whole frieken plot of that book you lazy *******!!!!!!! oh it really was a good book-u should try reading a word or 2!
A statement not of fact, but of possibility or doubt or wish. Such as : "God save the Queen" which is short for "May God save the Queen" In the indicative it would be "God saves the Queen". In the imperative (an order) it would be "God, Save the Queen". "Good bye" derives from the subjunctive "(may) God be with you". It is important that he speak correct English. I pray that everything be all right. If I were you, I would learn the subjunctive. These above are examples of the subjunctive in English.
good = bueno"good" is "bueno" in spanish.
There are many books that will explain allergy symptoms. Any type of medical book will or should be your first choice. These can be found at your local bookstore or even at the library.
Good bye in spanish is Adios!
"Bueno" means good in Spanish.
A magazine article explaining how to use soccer to get in shape.
The subjunctive is one of the grammatical moods in English along with the indicative, the imperative and the interrogative.The subjunctive mood is used to express something of need, uncertainty or desire. It is used in languages other than English - especially Spanish.The subjunctive is used by taking the simple infinitive of any verb (minus the 'to') and using it regardless of whether the subject be first, second, third (even plural). The exception is the verb 'to be' which, in the past tense, uses 'were'. The future subjunctive uses shall/will as an auxiliary.A few examples are as follows:I hope that you will come.Whether he be good or bad.If he were to come.It is as if he were dead.Often, in some cases, the subjunctive is the same as the indicative.Some common phrases are in the subjunctive mood:God Forbid, God Bless, Long Live The King/Queen.It is dying out in English, especially spoken language, with speaker showing a preference for the indicative. It can, however, be very effective.
Good afternoon in spanish: buenas tardes.
You can write a simple letter explaining your reasons that you haven't been paying your bills. It might not do any good, but it is worth a try.
Which Spanish, when, and where?
He accepted the pen as a present
Answer by explaining why you would make a good cashier.
name 4 ways to put listening to good in your family or work envionment, explaining how?
It means 'read a book', trust me, I'm spanish!!! (Good to know you're eager to know)...