Spanish Verb Tenses 16

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when ?

conditional is usually formed with two parts:
something if something
something but something

the second part involving if requires subjunctive which is covered later


conjugation is simple:
the same pattern applies to all verbs

*ía, *ías, *ía, *íamos, ., *ían
bebería, beberías, bebería, beberíamos, ., beberían

irregulars are the same as in future tense

irregular verbs

1 caber | haber | poder | querer | saber
2 poner | salir | tener | valer | venir
3 decir | hacer
( conjugation same, but verb changes )

1 remove the last vowel in verb
cabr* | habr* | podr* | querr* | sabr*

2 replace the last vowel with d
pondr* | saldr* | tendr* | valdr* | vendr*

3 remove the ce or ec
dir* | har*

same rules apply to derived verbs

hay in conditional

3rd person singular ( habría )

when used alone, it works as: there would be, singular or plural

habría bla bla, pero bla bla