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Irregular Forms | Simple Conditional
The Conditional has relatively few irregular verbs. They fall into three categories:
- Verbs where the last vowel in the infinitive is replaced with a – d
- Verbs where the last vowel in the infinitive is removed
- Verbs that are just plain irregular
Verbs Where the last vowel in the Infinitive Is replaced with a -d
Note: Only “-er” and “-ir” verbs fall into this category.
To form the stem of these verbs, simply replace the “e” or “i” at the end of the infinitive with a “- d”. Then, add the Conditional endings.
Subject – tener (to have)
Yo (I) –tend ría
Tú (You)(Informal) –tend rías
Usted (You)(Formal) –tend ría
Él/Ella(He/She) – tend ría
Nosotros(as)(We) – tend ríamos
Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) – tend ríais
Ustedes(You)(Formal) –tend rían
Ellos(as)(They) –tend rían
Other verbs like Tener:
Infinitive – Conditional Stem
Usted tendría una casa nueva.- You would have a new house.
Valdría mil dólares. – It would be worth $1,000
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