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03 Conditional Mood

Hola. In this video lesson, we’ll be tackling one of my favorites: the conditional. The conditional is generally used to mean “would”. While some refer to it as a tense, it is really a mood. It is often used when talking about abstract concepts, unlikely things, or the impossible. It’s formed in a similar way as the future tense. In this video we’ll be going over the regular verbs as well as the irregular verbs in this tense.

Enjoy!

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Regular verbs:

Irregular verbs:

Vocabulario:

sustantivos (nouns):

  • dólares – dollars
  • Egipto – Egypt
  • el centro comercial – the mall
  • el fútbol – soccer
  • el lago – the lake
  • el parque – park
  • el pollo – chicken
  • esto – this
  • ganas – desire
  • la carne – meat
  • la casa – house
  • la libertad – freedom
  • la oficina – office
  • la situación – the situation
  • la tortuga – turtle
  • las armas – weapons
  • las cortinas – curtains
  • las ideas – the ideas
  • las personas – people
  • las pirámides – the pyramids
  • las provisiones – provisions
  • las ruinas – ruins
  • las telas – fabrics
  • las ventanas – windows
  • los amigos – friends
  • los enfermos – the sick (people)
  • los familiares – family members
  • los sesos – brains
  • los zombis – zombies
  • nada – nothing
  • tiempo – time
  • todo – everything
  • todos – everyone (person)
  • una ciudad – a city
  • una cuestión – a matter
  • una enfermedad – a sickness
  • una fiebre – a fever
  • una fiesta – a party
  • una foto – a picture
  • una guerra mundial – a world war
  • una semana -a week
  • un inventario – an inventory
  • un libro – a book
  • un lugar – a place
  • un millón -a million
  • un OVNI – a UFO
  • un pueblo – a town
  • un refugio  – a shelter

otro (other):

  • a – to
  • ahora – now
  • bueno – good
  • cada – each
  • como – as; like
  • con – with
  • ¿cuáles? – which?
  • de – of
  • demás – rest; other
  • desafortunadamente – unfortunately
  • de todos modos – anyways
  • en – in, on, at
  • enfrente de – in front of
  • eventualmente – eventually
  • fortificado – fortified
  • grueso – thick
  • inteligente – smart
  • invisible – invisible
  • malo – bad
  • más – more
  • mejor – better
  • muchos – many (people)
  • normal – normal
  • o – or
  • otro – other
  • para – for
  • pero – but
  • por fin – finally
  • porque – because
  • posiblemente – possibly
  • que – that
  • ¿qué? – what?
  • solo – only
  • si – if
  • siguiente – following
  • su(s)– his / her / your (formal) / their / your (plural)
  • subterráneo – under ground
  • tu(s) – your
  • también – also, too

verbos (verbs):

  • buscar – to look for; to search
    • buscará – I would look for
  • cansarse – to get tired
    • se cansan – they get tired
  • cazar – to hunt
  • comer – to eat
  • comprar – to buy
  • convencer – to convince
  • convertirse en – to turn into
    • se convirtieron – they turned into
  • dar – to give
  • decidir – to decide
    • decide – (command) decide!
  • decir – to say
    • digamos – let’s say
  • empezar – to begin
    • empezó – it began
  • encontrar – to find
    • van a encontrar – they are going to find
  • enojarse – to get angry
  • entender – to understand
  • estar – to be
    • estuviéramos – we were / we were to be
  • haber – to be
    • hubiera – there was / there were to be
  • hablar – to talk
    • hablará – s/he would talk
  • hacer – to do; to make
    • haría – s/he would do; make
    • haríamos – we would do; make
    • harían – they would do; make
  • invitar – to invite
    • invitaría – s/he would invite
  • ir – to go
    • irían – they would go
  • irse – to leave
  • jugar – to play
    • jugarán – they would play
  • leer – to read
    • lee – (command) read!
    • leyeran – you all read / you all were to read
  • levantarse – to get (oneself) up
  • llegar – to arrive
    • llegó – it arrived
  • llevar – to take; carry
    • llevarás – you would take
  • llorar – to cry
  • matar – to kill
  • morir – to die
  • oler – to smell
  • pasar la aspiradora – to vacuum
    • pasarás la aspiradora – you would vacuum
  • pensar – to think
  • poder – to be able
    • podría – I could / I were to be able
  • poner – to put
  • pondría – s/he would put
  • querer – to want
    • quieren – they want
  • reírse – to laugh
  • robar – to steal; rob
    • robarán – they would rob; they would steal
  • saber – to know
    • sabemos – we know
  • salir – to leave
  • ser – to be
    • es – s/he / it is
    • sería – it would be
    • fuera – s/he / it were [to be]
    • fueras – you were / you were to be
  • tener – to have
  • tuviéramos – we had; we were to have
  • trabajar – to work
    • estuviera trabajando – s/he were working / s/he were to be working
    • trabajarían – they would work
  • tratar de – to try [to do something]
    • trataría de – s/he would try [to do something]
  • usar – to use
    • usaría – s/he would use
  • venir – to come
    • vendrán – they will come
  • ver – to see
    • viera – s/he saw / s/he were to see
  • viajar – to travel
  • visitar – to visit
  • vivir – to live
  • volar – to fly

Related videos:

  1. Future (part 1)
  2. Future (part 2): irregulars

10 Responses

  1. Keep them coming Senor Jordan. As a new student of Spanish I love looking learning from your material!

  2. It should be «los enfermos quieren comerSE a las personas» y «no se cansan de comérSElas».

  3. «Es bueno tener un lugar que puedAs defender con entradas y salidas»What exactly are you trying to say there?

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