This The Imperfect (Past) Subjunctive: How? interactive also includes:
Teach your class how to form the imperfect subjunctive. Included here is information on and examples of regular imperfect subjunctive verbs, irregular imperfect subjunctive verbs, and imperfect subjunctive -se endings displayed in long and short reference forms and as a presentation. Show your class the presentation, or invite individuals to read the provided information, and require practice with the linked online interactive exercise.
- The practice exercise, called Pracitquemos!, is and effective drill for the past subjunctive and any other tense or mood
- Easily transform the At a Glance tab into a hard copy handout for your class
- While splitting the imperfect subjunctive into two separate lessons (conjugation and use) makes the material more accessible due to brevity, it does take the conjugation a bit of out context
- No procedures or instructional steps are listed, but the information could easily inspire a lesson or work effectively in a flipped classroom