The verbs poner, poder and querer in the imperfect subjunctive

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The verbs poner, poder and querer in the imperfect subjunctive

The verbs poner (to put), poder (to be able to) and querer (to want) are irregular in the imperfect subjunctive. They are conjugated as follows:

Poner
Yo pusiera
Tú pusieras
Él/ella/usted pusiera
Nosotros/as pusiéramos
Vosotros/as pusierais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes pusieran
Poder
Yo pudiera
Tú pudieras
Él/ella/usted pudiera
Nosotros/as pudiéramos
Vosotros/as pudierais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes pudieran

Querer

Yo quisiera
Tú quisieras
Él/ella/usted quisiera
Nosotros/as quisiéramos
Vosotros/as quisierais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes quisieran

No creo que pusiera mucho azúcar en el café.

I don't think he/she put much sugar in the coffee.

Ojalá pudiera volar.

If only I could fly.

Quisiera un plato de pasta, por favor.

I would like a pasta dish, please.

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