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Conditional and Conditional Perfect Lección 8
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In Spanish the conditional is formed by adding the imperfect ending for –er and –ir verbs to the infinitive. The same endings are used for –ar , -er , and –ir verbs. tomar comer vivir yo tomar ía comer ía vivir ía tomar ías comer ías vivir ías Ud., él, ella tomar ía comer ía vivir ía nosotros/as tomar íamos comer íamos vivir íamos vosotros/as tomar íais comer íais vivir íais Uds., ellos, ellas tomar ían comer ían vivir ían
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Used to state what you would do in some future or hypothetical situation. Dijo que eliminaría el colesterol de su dieta. She said that she would eliminate cholesterol from her diet. ¿ Comerías un arroz a la marinera? Would you eat seafood rice?
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It is also used when the speaker is referring to an event that is future to a point in the past. Creía que habría más gente en el restaurante. I thought that there would be more people at
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Jordan during the Fall '09 term at BYU.

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