Conditional tense: haber (to have), poder (to be able to), saber (to know), caber (to fit) and querer (to want).

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Conditional tense: haber (to have), poder (to be able to), saber (to know), caber (to fit) and querer (to want).

The conditional of verbs haber (to have), poder (to be able to), saber (to know), caber (to fit) and querer (to want, to love) is formed by replacing the -er ending of the infinitive by the endings: -ría -rías -ría -ríamos -ríais y -rían:

Haber
Yo habría
Tú habrías
Él/ella/usted habría
Nosotros/as habríamos
Vosotros/as habríais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes habrían
Saber
Yo sabría
Tú sabrías
Él/ella/usted sabría
Nosotros/as sabríamos
Vosotros/as sabríais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes sabrían
Querer
Yo querría
Tú querrías
Él/ella/usted querría
Nosotros/as querríamos
Vosotros/as querríais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes querrían

Ana lo habría hecho de otro modo.

Ana would have done it differently. 

No sabría qué decirte.

I wouldn’t know what to tell you. 


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