Chapter 18

Chapter 18 - “If…would” clauses • Past subjunctive...

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Chapter 18 Conditional verb forms formed by adding conditional ending to infinitive verb form -ía -ías -ía -íamos -íais -ían irregular forms same as irregular future forms “What if. .?” clauses “If…will” clauses Present indicative and future Si tiene tiempo, irá a las montañas. If he has time, he will go to the mountains.
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Unformatted text preview: “If…would” clauses • Past subjunctive and conditional Si estudiara más, podría hacerse médica. If she studied more, she could become a doctor. If the verb in the ‘si’ clause is past tense and the statement is not contrary to fact, the indicative is used in both clauses...
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