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Irregular verbs. Type in the verbs in the conditional perfect.
- He salido muy tarde de trabajar; si no, (hacer) la maleta antes.[I left work too late, otherwise I would have packed my suitcase sooner.]|probability
- ¿De verdad crees que tus padres no (volver) antes?[Do you really think your parents wouldn’t have come earlier?]|supposition about past events
- No sabíamos tu dirección; si no, te (escribir) una postal.[We didn’t know your address, otherwise we would have sent you a postcard.]|future action from a past standpoint
- Creo que no has regado nunca la planta; si no, no (morirse) .[I think you never once watered the plants; if you had, they wouldn’t have died.]|supposition
- Si lo hubieras sabido, ¿crees que (decir) la verdad?[If you had known that, do you think you would have told the truth?]|future action seen from a past standpoint
All verbs. Type in the verbs in the conditional perfect.
- Me (gustar) acompañarte hasta la estación.[I would have liked to accompany you to the train station.]|wish
- No sabían que habías llegado; si no, (volver) antes.[They didn’t know that you had arrived, or they would have returned sooner.]|supposition
- ¿Crees que (venir/vosotros) a la reunión?[Do you think you would have come to the meeting?]|probability
- No te habíamos visto; si no, te (abrir) la puerta.[We hadn’t seen you, or we would have opened the door to you.]|future action from a past point of view
- Seguro que tú (poder) traer al perro.[You certainly would have been allowed to bring the dog along.]|supposition