Is there a way to "sync" what I'm learning in class with what I'm learning in Duolingo?
Hello Duolingo Fans,
I just started my Spanish course at school (Community college, second year Spanish) and they use terms like "subjunctive clause" (aka: the "que" clause) and I can't seem to be able to figure out where on the tree it is. It's funny, cause I know I already learned this form, but I can't find the lesson that I went over it in. Any suggestions on how to make Duolingo work with what is going on in class?
I believe the team is currently working on making Duolingo more classroom friendly (as in easier to use as a tool for teachers and students in the classroom), but I don't think that is what you are asking.
Your question might be something to ask in the Spanish discussion because people there might have a clearer idea about what subjunctive clause is. I think duolingo tries to limit the use of technical terms like that. Maybe searching 'subjunctive clause' within the spanish forum helps as well? People there might be referring to specific lessons in the discussion….other than that I have no idea :)
This book totally rocks: 501 Spanish Verbs. However, it costs $$.
Meanwhile, www.wordreference.com has a verb conjugator and it's free. After plugging in a verb, it will show you all of it's conjugations and the name of each form.
There are more forms than this. I just took a quick screenshot for you to see:
This website works for Spanish, French, and Italian.