The INDICATIVE includes the verbal structures that allow us to talk about facts, about real and concrete things. Examples: 1-Yesterday I went to the cinema – FACT (simple past); 2-I have three cats – FACT (present tense); 3-Tomorrow I will work from home – FACT (future). Throughout levels A1 and A2, students have learned verbal structures of the Indicative, and these are the structures that we most often use in everyday conversations in Portuguese.
Here follows an activity where you can analyze some examples of sentences in the subjunctive and indicative.
To listen to the AUDIO in Portuguese, go to OPTIONS and switch the AUDIO to ON. To turn on the AUDIO, go to FLASHCARDS and click on the COG WHEEL (top right).
To learn and consolidate this list, you should follow the following STUDY METHOD: