Verbs:Conditional is the sixty-third and last skill in the Spanish language tree. It has two lessons and teaches the past tense of the conditional mood to describe something that would have happened.

Grammar NotesEdit

The conditional perfect describes hypothetical situations that existed in the past.

It is formed using haber in the conditional tense and the proper past participle:

  • Yo habría dicho eso. = I would have said that.
  • Habríamos elegido ese hotel. = We would have chosen this hotel.


Duolingo Lesson:

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