Conditional Simple - Regular Verbs  

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The conditional tense is formed by adding –ía: -ías, -ía, -íamos, -íais, or –ían to the end of the infinitive form of the verb. The three tables below show the conjugation of the conditional tense for the verbs hablar, comer, and vivir.

hablar (full conjugation)

yo hablaría (I would speak)
hablarías (you would speak)
Ud./él/ella hablaría (you/he/she would speak)
nosotros (as) hablaríamos (we would speak)
vosotros (as) hablaríais (you would speak)
Uds./ellos/ellas hablarían (you all/they would speak)

comer (full conjugation)

yo comería (I would eat)
comerías (you would eat)
Ud./él/ella comería (you/he/she would eat)
nosotros (as) comeríamos (we would eat)
vosotros (as) comeríais (you would eat)
Uds./ellos/ellas comerían (you all/they would eat)

vivir (full conjugation)

yo viviría (I would live)
vivirías (you would live)
Ud./él/ella viviría (you/he/she would live)
nosotros (as) viviríamos (we would live)
vosotros (as) viviríais (you would live)
Uds./ellos/ellas vivirían (you all/they would live)

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