Conjugation of the Conditional Perfect Tense

Conjugation of the Conditional Perfect Tense

The conditional perfect is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haber/ to have, and the past participle of the verb.

In order to build the conditional tense of regular verbs, you have to :

a) Use the conditional tense of haber/ to have. Remember that haber is an auxiliary verb, it does not mean to have in the sense to possess. To indicate that you  have or possess something you must use the ver tener/ to have, to possess.

Let’s see examples and their conjugation:

Haber / to have

Yo
Habr+ ía
Habría
I would have
Tu
Habr+ ías
Habrías
You (familar) would have
El/ella/Usted
Habr+ ía
Habría
He, she, you (pol) would have
Nosotros/as
Habr+ íamos
Habríamos
We would  have
Ellos/Ellas
Habr+ ían
Habrían
You (pol, pl.) would have
Ustedes
Habr+ ían
Habrían
They (pol.pl) would have

The combination of the conditional tense of the auxiliary verb haber/ to have  produces the following results:

Let’s see the three conjugations that we know ar, er, ir

Hablar/ to speak

Subject Pronoun
Haber
Past Participle
Sentence
Meaning
Yo
Habr+ ía
Habl+ado
Habría hablado
I would have spoken
Tu
Habr+ ías
Habl+ado
Habrías hablado
You (familar) would have spoken
El/ella/Usted
Habr+ ía
Habl+ado
Habría habaldo
He, she, you (pol) would have spoken
Nosotros/as
Habr+ íamos
Habl+ado
Habríamos hablado
We would  have spoken
Ellos/Ellas
Habr+ ían
Habl+ado
Habrían hablado
You (pol, pl.) would have spoken
Ustedes
Habr+ ían
Habl+ado
Habrían hablado
They (pol.pl) would have spoken

Beber/ to drink

Subject Pronoun
Haber
Past Participle
Sentence
Meaning
Yo
Habr+ ía
beb+ido
Habría bebido
I would have drunk
Tu
Habr+ ías
beb + ido
Habrías bebido
You (familar) would have drunk
El/ella/Usted
Habr+ ía
beb + ido
Habría bebido
He, she, you (pol) would have drunk
Nosotros/as
Habr+ íamos
beb + ido
Habríamos bebido
We would  have drunk
Ellos/Ellas
Habr+ ían
beb + ido
Habrían bebido
You (pol, pl.) would have drunk
Ustedes
Habr+ ían
beb + ido
Habrían bebido
They (pol.pl) would have drunk

Partir/ to leave

Subject Pronoun
Haber
Past Participle
Sentence
Meaning
Yo
Habr+ ía
part+ido
Habría partido
I would have left
Tu
Habr+ ías
part + ido
Habrías partido
You (familar) would have left
El/ella/Usted
Habr+ ía
part + ido
Habría partido
He, she, you (pol) would have left
Nosotros/as
Habr+ íamos
part + ido
Habríamos partido
We would  have left
Ellos/Ellas
Habr+ ían
part + ido
Habrían partido
You (pol, pl.) would have left
Ustedes
Habr+ ían
part + ido
Habrían partido
They (pol.pl) would have left