In the 3rd and last part of this series to introduce the French subjunctive, I’ll explain how some verbs are sometimes used in the indicative mood and sometimes in the subjunctive mood (and what’s the difference in meaning!). Lastly, l’ll give you a list of more expressions that always trigger the subjunctive in a free cheat sheet.
Note: So many students of French are afraid of learning the subjunctive; it’s now time to remove the fear around it! No, the French subjunctive is not hard ; you just need to understand how and when to use it because it doesn’t translate the same as in English (that is the main difficulty). So, get on board and discover the basics about the subjunctive in this 3-part series
Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode
To express your interest in a course about the subjunctive (with full notes, examples and worksheets), please email me!
LINKS and RESOURCES
- Cheat sheet: “Subjonctif: les locutions“
- Introduction to the subjunctive (Part 1): frenchyourway.com.au/podcast80
- Introduction to the subjunctive (Part 2): frenchyourway.com.au/podcast83
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