Conditional tense in Spanish, how to form it (B1)

Conditional tense is called “condicional simple or condicional imperfecto in Spanish. It is very easy to form because there is only one end, here you can see how to form the regular verbs:

Spanish conditional tense, irregular verbs

There are only 12 irregular verbs, which are exactly the same as that for the future tense and they have exactly the same ending that the regular ones.

We use the conditional tense to expresses what someone would do if the facts or circumstances were different and to express probability or conjecture about the past. It can also be used to express politeness or wishes to learn more about how to use it, just click on this link. 

Activities to practice conditional tense conjugation in Spanish

Now you can practice everything you have learned with the crosswords below and remember you can contact your tutor with any question you have. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?

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