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Question on exhaustive list of Indicative, Subjunctive, Imperative + Conditional/Progressive

Does anyone know if Duolingo has released a statement which shows how far along their Spanish courses go as they relate to the moods/tenses in Spanish? I created the below list with one of my students and we're now focused on Present Subjunctive which I don't see discussed in this resource shared with me. Thanks all! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CJXJ-vFG81JdRCKB7oZLMuO5vUavVUfTi7BDtThMoy8/edit

Updated post with a helpful article/post from Duolingo a year ago: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/31573948/New-CEFR-aligned-courses Looks like the CEFR levels for Spanish go up to a2.2 at the moment

April 14, 2020



Woof. Sorry for the formatting on this. It didn't show up like this when I copy and pasted from an email.

TLDR: curious what tenses/moods Duolingo covers as they relate to Indicative, Subjunctive, Imperative + Progressive/Conditional.


Formatting in the forums is a big mess UNTIL you learn the super-duper-top-secret "hit space 3 or 5 times at the end of the line and THEN enter" technique for line breaks. Only the cognoscenti are given access to this information, so you never heard it from me.


Two spaces is enough really.


Thank you so much for that information. Is it really that secret?


Up until -- two years ago? Time is blurring together for me right now... the categories in Spanish used to be named for the grammatical skill that they were teaching. However, they updated the tree to reflect CEFR standards (similar to ACTFL), and so now the sentences are grouped according to topic. There are pros and cons.

You didn't say how you were compiling your list -- Did you know that you can look on the left side of your classrooms and click on the button that says "Curriculum" to get a quick overview?

I also direct you to this thread, where Jorma and a few other users will help you make this document. https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/37470632


Updated post with a helpful link I found

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