This time’s question was sent by VIP Members Alex and Cristina from Sidney, Australia, and so it goes: “Knowing the subjunctive is the only way for someone to express doubt, possibility, or uncertainty in Italian. As you often say, it’s a must know! So, how do we learn and use the subjunctive mood in Italian?” — Another great question, and one for which knowing the answer will make a big difference on your knowledge of the language. So, let’s get to it. Enjoy!
VIP Members Only: Login to the Learning Center to find the full transcript of this lesson in Italian and English, the premium audio containing the examples from the lesson with plenty of extra sentences with blank spaces after each sentence so you can practice your pronunciation over and over, and some great interactive flashcards, English to Italian – so each flashcard will challenge you on “how to say something in Italian when you are thinking in English” – a great, “real-life situation” exercise.
Q&A with Jane & Max – Episode #3