Conditional Perfect – Free Exercise

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Regular verbs. Choose the correct answer.

  1. Creía que vosotros ya os .2nd person plural (vosotros): -íaisI thought you would have already left.
  2. Seguro que nos comer en tu casa.3rd person singular: -ía|regular -ar participle: -ado|encantar is conjugated in the 3rd person singular when followed by an infinitiveI’m sure we would have loved eating at your place.
  3. Mis padres lo que fuera por ver ese espectáculo.3rd person plural (mis padres): -ían|regular -ar participle: -adoMy parents would have paid anything to see this spectacle.
  4. A lo mejor nosotros también ir a esa fiesta.1st person plural (nosotros): -íamos|regular -ir participle: -idoMaybe we would have enjoyed going to this party too.
  5. ¿Crees que Fátima y Félix ?3rd person plural (Fátima y Félix): -ían|regular -ar participle: -adoDo you think that Fátima and Felix would have studied at university?

Irregular verbs. Complete the sentences with the conditional perfect form of the verbs in brackets.

  1. He salido muy tarde de trabajar; si no, (hacer)   la maleta antes.1st person singular: -ía|irregular participle: hacerhechoI left work too late, otherwise I would have packed my suitcase earlier.
  2. ¿De verdad crees que tus padres no (volver)   antes?3rd person plural: -ían|irregular participle: volvervueltoDo you really think that your parents wouldn’t have come earlier?
  3. No sabíamos tu dirección; si no, te (escribir)   una postal.1st person plural: -íamos|irregular participle: escribirescritoWe didn’t know your address, otherwise we would have sent you a postcard.
  4. Creo que no has regado nunca la planta; si no, no (morirse)  .3rd person singular: -ía|reflexive pronoun se comes before the conjugated verb|irregular participle: morirmuertoI don’t think you ever watered the plant; if you had, they wouldn’t have died.
  5. Si lo hubieras sabido, ¿crees que (decir)   la verdad?2nd person singular: -ías|irregular participle: decirdichoIf you had known that, do you think you would have told the truth?

Regular and irregular verbs. Complete the sentences with the conditional perfect form of the verbs in brackets.

  1. Me (gustar)   acompañarte hasta la estación.3rd person singular: -ía|gustar is conjugated in the 3rd person singular when it followed by an infinitive|regular -ar participle: -adoI would have liked to go with you to the train station.
  2. No sabían que habías llegado; si no, (volver)   antes.3rd person plural: -ían|irregular participle: volvervueltoThey didn’t know that you had arrived or they would have come back sooner.
  3. ¿Crees que (venir/vosotros)   a la reunión?2nd person plural: -íaisDo you think you would have come to the meeting?
  4. No te habíamos visto; si no, te (abrir)   la puerta.1st person plural: íamos|irregular participle: abrirabiertoWe hadn’t seen you or we would have opened the door.
  5. Seguro que tú (poder)   traer al perro.2nd person singular: -ías|regular -ir participle: -idoI’m sure you could have brought the dog.