Welcome to Unit 13 of French4me.net’s main curriculum! This unit is focused on the subjunctive mood in French, one of the most complex and challenging aspects of the language.
The subjunctive mood is used to express doubt, uncertainty, emotions, opinions, desires, and many other grammatical concepts in French. In this unit, students will learn to use the subjunctive present tense and how to use it in combination with various conjunctions, verbs, and expressions.
This unit consists of a total of 30 lessons, covering a wide range of topics related to the subjunctive mood. The lessons range in length from 1:18 to 22:28, providing students with ample time to learn and practice each new concept. Some of the lessons in this unit include: “The subjunctive present tense,” “The subjunctive to express feelings and emotions,” “The subjunctive with negative structures,” and “Common verbs followed by the subjunctive.”
In addition to the lessons on the subjunctive mood, this unit also includes lessons on grammatical concepts such as questions and relative pronouns, as well as lessons on the past infinitive used with “après.” By the end of this unit, students will have a comprehensive understanding of the subjunctive mood and be able to use it with confidence in their French conversations.
So let’s get started and dive into the rich and complex world of the French subjunctive!