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Spanish Conditional

ía I/ He/ She/ It
ías you (s)
íamos we
íais you (p)
ían they
viajaría I/ He/ She/ It would travel
compraría I/ He/ She/ It would buy
estudaría I/ He/ She/ It would study
viajaríamos We would travel
viajarían They would travel
viajarías You (s) would travel
viajaríais You (p) would travel
comprarías You (s) would buy
compraríamos We would buy
compraríais You (p) would buy
comprarían They would buy
estudarías You (s) would study
estudaríamos We would study
estudaríais You (p) would study
estudarían They would study
introduciría I/ He/ She/ It would introduce
introducirías You (s) would introduce
introduciríamos We would introduce
introducirían They would introduce
cambiaría I/ He/ She/ It would change
cambiaríamos We would change
cambiarían They would change
iría I would go
The Conditional tense is used... to convey "would" i.e. I would love to/ I would go/ I would change
The Conditional tense... has the same endings as IR/ER verbs in the Imperfect Tense