Spanish lesson #149: Continuing with our learning of the Spanish Subjunctive Tenses, or Subjunctive conjugation, today we’ll see the Spanish Subjunctive Present Perfect tense (Pretérito Perfecto del Modo Subjuntivo).
Ex: Yo no creo que (él) haya hablado con ella (I don’t think that he has spoken with her).
This is the twentieth of a series of 22 lessons dedicated to teaching all the 22 different conjugation forms in Spanish, and I will teach you the rules for conjugating all the regular verbs that belong to each of the three different groups of Spanish verbs: The verbs that end in -AR, the verbs that end in -ER, and the verbs that end in -IR.
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Although we will be focussing more on vocabulary and grammar, pay attention to the Spanish pronunciation in these video lessons, and remember to practice repeating the same words and sounds.
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