FUTURE CONDITIONAL TENSE

FUTURE CONDITIONAL TENSE - FUTURE CONDITIONAL TENSE 0. The...

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FUTURE CONDITIONAL TENSE 0. The conditional tense in Spanish expresses what you would do or what would happen under certain circumstances. visitar comer aplaudir SINGULAR FORMS yo visitar ía comer ía aplaudir ía visitar ías comer ías aplaudir ías Ud. / él / ella visitar ía comer ía aplaudir ía PLURAL FORMS nosotros/as visitar íamos comer íamos aplaudir íamos vosotros/as visitar íais comer íais aplaudir íais Uds. / ellos / ellas visitar ían comer ían aplaudir ían ¡ATENCIÓN! 1. The polite expressions Me gustaría. .. ( I would like. .. ) and Te gustaría ( You would like. .. ) are another example of the conditional. 0. For irregular verbs add the conditional endings to the irregular stems. INFINITIVE STEM CONDITIONAL decir dir- dir ía hacer har- har ía poder podr- podr ía poner pondr- pondr ía haber habr- habr ía querer querr- querr ía saber sabr- sabr ía salir saldr- saldr ía tener tendr- tendr ía venir vendr- vendr ía ¡ATENCIÓN!
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2. All forms of the conditional have an accent mark. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2010 for the course SPN 312L taught by Professor Garrett during the Summer '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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