The Conditional Tense in Spanish

A simple explanation of how to use and conjugate the conditional tense in Spanish, with details of irregular verbs.

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The conditional tense, e.g. I would go, they would be etc.
Endings- use the infinitive then add the following endings
all verbs
Yo ía
Tú ías
Él/ella/usted ía
Nosotros íamos
Vosotros íais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes ían
Irregular Verbs
Caber (to fit into)
cabr-
Decir (to say)
dir-
Hay (there would be)
habría
Hacer (to do)
har-
Poder (to be able to)
Podr-
Poner (to put)
Pondr-
Querer (to want)
Querr-
Saber (to know)
Sabr-
Salir (to go out)
Saldr-
Tener (to have)
Tendr-

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Valer (to be worth)
Valdr-
Venir (to come)
Vendr-
These verbs have irregular stems, but follow the same endings.
They are exactly the same stems as used in the future tense.…read more

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