The Present Conditional in Spanish
As we have said before, verbal tenses names are kind of confusing. For example, the Present Conditional is not always used to talk about conditions. Let’s take a look at other Present Conditional uses.
Using the Conditional in Spanish III
In this post, we are going to top off conditional sentences. As we said, with these sentences, we can express different meanings depending on the verbal tenses. That is why we have three different kinds of conditionals.
Using the Conditional in Spanish II
As we said in a previous post, conditional sentences express different meanings. That depends on the verbal tenses we are using for building them. And that is why we have three different conditional sentences types.
Using the Conditional in Spanish I
Conditional sentences are a kind of subordinate sentences. As we can deduct, they allow us to express conditions. Depending on the verbal tenses we are using, we can articulate different meanings.
Using the Present Simple tense in Spanish
On the surface, Present Simple in Spanish is the easiest tense. It is the first item we learn in the classroom, and it allows us to express quite a few things about our everyday life.
However, sometimes we do not pay enough attention to some particular uses of the Present Simple. In this post, I will talk about both the most common and the unusual uses of this tense.