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Think about conditional + subjunctive as conditionals in english: If I were you, I would spend all my money!!! Si yo fuera tú (subjunctive), ¡¡me gastaría todo el dinero!! (conditional) The subjunctive depicts some unreal, hypothetical case; the conditional completes the subjunctive clause extending and completing the sentence. Realize that in the ...


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The thing is that we have a different modal verb for many expressions , you can look this up and be confident at the time of speaking, " many and just many of the times you guys use WOULD in English, we use COULD in spanish.. check it out on the internet and when you have already mastered, you will sound super natural.. Thanks.


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Sounding natural is the key to a real high level in any lenguage, as spanish speaker I can tell you that most of the spanish lenguage is used the same way in all spanish speaking countries, we have different idioms , sayings, slang ect ect but, the main content of the lenguage is basically the same. I ignore if this happens in English too. This is the ...



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