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What is the highest level tense and how should I use it?
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moving this to the language forum, when talking about specific subjects in the future it's better to post in that specific subject forum as you're more likely to get more replies

simply googling these tenses can give you an example of how these would be used.
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Subjunctives, perfect or pluperfect tenses
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In the writing paper I always write this list to mark myself against:
- Si clause
- Conditional
- Subjunctive (Present and Imperfect)
- Ya + Todavia
- Future
- Suelo + inf
- Opinions + Justification
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(Original post by BaileyArm)
What is the highest level tense and how should I use it?
probably subjunctives and check the specification if you do AQA and even if u dont theres plenty of vocab there
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Thanks guys, ended up getting a grade 9 in my exams which I took in year 10!!!!
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Subjunctives, perfect or pluperfect tenses
Hello! What do you mean by these tenses please? I do GCSE Spanish, and haven't heard of these tenses, could you explain them please?
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Hello! What do you mean by these tenses please? I do GCSE Spanish, and haven't heard of these tenses, could you explain them please?
How do you revise for Spanish I’m doing aqa and I don’t know how to make it stick in my head!
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In the writing paper I always write this list to mark myself against:
- Si clause
- Conditional
- Subjunctive (Present and Imperfect)
- Ya + Todavia
- Future
- Suelo + inf
- Opinions + Justification
Hey! I saw this as I have been looking for language tips for grade 7-9 Spanish, as I take both French and Spanish, and I have the equivalent of these tips in French but not in Spanish. Is there any way you could send me a few examples of these please? Thank you!
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