Spanish 10H > Grammar > Conditional > Irregulars

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Irregulars conjugation goes as follows: ------------- -ía |-íamos -ías|----- -ía |-ían It is used to talk about the future when you are saying that you or someone WOULD do something, unlike the regular future tense which tells that you WILL do something. What the verbs mean: Poder=To be able to Saber=To know a fact Tener=To have (...a noun) Venir=To come Decir=To say Hacer=To do or make Haber=To have (done) Poner=To put Querer=To want Valer=To be worth ($$)

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