Conditional tense: poner, salir, tener, valer and venir

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Conditional tense: poner, salir, tener, valer and venir

The verbs salir (to leave, to go out), tener (to have), valer (to cost, to be worth), poner (to put) and venir (to come) are conjugated by replacing the infinitive -er or -ir ending with -dría -drías -dría -dríamos -dríais and -drían:

Salir
Yo saldría
Tú saldrías
Él/ella/usted saldría
Nosotros/as saldríamos
Vosotros/as saldríais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes saldrían
Tener
Yo tendría
Tú tendrías
Él/ella/usted tendría
Nosotros/as tendríamos
Vosotros/as tendríais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes tendrían
Venir
Yo vendría
Tú vendrías
Él/ella/usted vendría
Nosotros/as vendríamos
Vosotros/as vendríais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes vendrían

Si pudiera, saldría más temprano.

If I could, I would leave earlier.

Pensé que no vendrías.

I thought you wouldn't come.

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