Indicative Tenses in Spanish Grammar


The indicative mood is used to talk about true actions, events and states as well as facts. It is one of three moods in Spanish grammar, see subjunctive and imperative. We use the indicative to express facts in the present, past, future and conditional tenses. Here, we explain the grammar rules and conjugation for all of the Spanish indicative tenses.

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