Spanish Conditional

Learn the rules and uses of the conditional in Spanish and how to conjugate regular and irregular verbs

RULES AND USES OF THE CONDITIONAL

The conditional can be used in the following situations.

The conditional is used to express a condition based on something known or expressed.

Yo iría al cine, pero no tengo dinero.
I would go the cinema but I don't have any money.

Ellos vendrían a la fiesta, pero no los invitaron.
They would come to the party, but they weren't invited.

Express a future condition based on a past occurrence.

Él dijo que iría a visitarnos.
He said that he would visit us.

Tú dijiste que no le hablarías más.
You said that you would not talk to him anymore.

Express doubt in the present about something that occurred in the past.

Yo no sé por qué ella estaría tan nerviosa.
I don't know why she would be so nervous.

Tú no sabes si llegarías al examen.
You don't know if you would come to the exam.

Used in sentences where courtesy should be shown.

¿Le gustaría una copa de vino?
Would you like a glass of wine?

¿Me podría dar su e-mail?
Could you give me your e-mail?

Learn how to conjugate conditional verbs in Spanish

REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS

Learn to conjugate regular and irregular verbs in the conditional.

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