The conditional tense is used to express something that would or could happen.
To form the conditional you add an ending to the infinitive, similar to the future tense.
All verb types (-ar, -er, -ir) have these same endings:
|Example - tomar / to take|
|yo||tomaría||I would take|
|tú||tomarías||you would take|
|él||tomaría||he would take|
|nosotros||tomaríamos||we would take|
|vosotros||tomarías||you would take|
|ellos||tomarían||they would take|
The verbs with irregular conditional forms are the same as those with irregular future forms. Here are the most important ones.
|Hacer||to do, to make|
|Poder||to be able|
|Decir||to say, tell|
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