Spanish conditionals

Spanish conditionals


Conditional, as the word infers, means a condition. We establish a condition for something that has not happened yet or you would do.

“I would go to the club” –   “Yo iría a la disco” .

“If I have time, I would go to the disco”, Si tuviera (subjuntivo) tiempo, iría a la disco”

Always, comes with a condition, the conditional! If you have time

The most important thing to take in account with conditionals is the is a conditional, if you are not 100% sure it happened. It is not a conditional if it is certain, it always exists uncertainty if you use conditionals.

Types of Conditionals: (Click on each one to start the LESSON)

* Conditional Simple Potential

* Conditional Compound Potential

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