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Conditional Tense. Grammar. Conditional tense is used to express probability, possibility, wonder, or conjecture. Usually translated as “would”, “could”, “must have”, or “probably” Ex: The professor said that he would write his new book in a few minutes. ( probably, possibility)

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Conditional tense is used to express probability, possibility, wonder, or conjecture.

Usually translated as “would”, “could”, “must have”, or “probably”

Ex: The professor said that he wouldwrite his new book in a few minutes.

( probably, possibility)

What else could it have been? ( wonder, conjecture)

Yo ía

Tu ías

El/Ella/Ustedía

Nosotros íamos

Ellos/Ellasían

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There are three regular verbs:

Vivir, Comer, Hablar

Vivir ComerHablar

Yo viviríacomería hablaría

Tu vivirías comerías hablarías

El/Ella/Ustedviviría comería hablaría

Nosotros viviríamoscomeríamoshablaríamos

Ellos/Ellasvivirían comerían hablarían

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Twelve irregular verbs:

  • Caber

( yocabría)Poner

(yopondría) Decir

( yodiría) Haber

( yohabría)Salir

( yosaldría) Hacer

( yoharía)Poder

( yopondría)Tener

( yotendría)

Querer

( yoquerría)

Valer

( yovaldría)

Saber

( yosabría)

Venir

( yovendría)

  • Uses the imperfect subjunctive on specific examples like tuviera.

Ex: Si yotuvieratiempo, iria al parque con tú.

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