Verbs:Conditional is the fifty-ninth (assuming read left to right) skill in the Spanish language tree. It has two lessons and teaches the conditional tense in Spanish.

Grammar NotesEdit

The conditional tense is used when politely asking for something and describing hypothetical situations. It is a combination so-to-speak of the simple future and the imperfect, in that it attaches the imperfect endings to the infinitive of the verb like the future does:

Subject Ending Example: beber
yo -ía bebería
-ías beberías
usted, él, ella -ía bebería
nosotros/nosotras -íamos beberíamos
vosotros/vosotras -íais beberíais
ustedes, ellos, ellas -ían beberían


Duolingo Lesson:

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