Easy Spanish Grammar: “Creo que…”, “Estoy segura de que…”, “No creo que…”

Learn to express your opinion in Spanish just like native Spanish speakers do. In Spanish, there is a grammatical difference between affirmative and negative sentences with the verb “creer”. Where do you use the subjunctive, in affirmative or in negative sentences? In this lesson you will learn when and how to use the verb “creer” and when and why the verb that follows may be in subjunctive. So, for instance an affirmative sentence goes like this: “Creo que va a llover” but the negative sentence needs a subjunctive: “No creo que llueva”. In this lesson you will also learn to correctly express opinions that you are sure of and opinions you are unsure of, for which you would use the Spanish subjunctive: “Estoy segura de que David viene mañana”, “I am sure David comes tomorrow” and its counterpart “No estoy segura de que David venga mañana, “I am not sure David is coming tomorrow. It seems difficult but it is not, mark me, just watch my lesson and see for yourself that it is simple, easy, and important to learn this structure in Spanish. And remember to watch my lesson about the differences between the verb “creer” and “pensar” when you are expressing your opinion in Spanish. Remember that “creer” is a more handy verb when expressing simple, plain opinions. “Pensar” would be a verb used for let’s say… deeper thoughts.

You may want to watch my lesson about the differences between the verb “pensar” and “creer” either before or after this lesson:

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