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The Conditional Perfect Tense in Spanish

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Learn about the conditional perfect tense and how to talk about actions that would have occurred bef

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The Conditional Perfect Tense in Spanish Objectives: Learn about the conditional perfect tense and how to talk about actions that would have occurred before a time in the hypothetical context. Identify the construction using the conditional of "haber" and the past participle. Practice forming and using the conditional perfect. Content: Introduction: The conditional perfect expresses an action that would have been completed before some time or condition that is contrary to fact. Formation: It consists of the conditional form of "haber" (habría, habrías, habría, etc.) + the past participle of the main verb. Examples: Habría terminado para ayer si hubiera empezado antes. Ellas no habrían comido mucho si no hubieran ido a la fiesta. Activity: Students conjugate verbs like "recibir" in the conditional perfect and create sentences. Uses: Recap when the conditional perfect tense is used to refer to imagined prior actions. Summary: Review key points about forming and using the conditional perfect tense.


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