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spanish verb conjugation practice
spanish verb tenses: practice drills and exercises


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Present Tense - Tiempo Presente
Él come pizza.
(He eats pizza.)
Preterit Tense - Tiempo Pretérito
Ayer comió pizza.
(Yesterday he ate pizza.)
Imperfect Tense - Tiempo Imperfecto
Él siempre comía pizza.
(He always ate pizza. - He always used to eat pizza.)
Future Tense - Tiempo Futuro
Mañana él comerá pizza.
(Tomorrow he will eat pizza.)
Present Subjunctive Tense - Tiempo Presente Subjuntivo
Espero que él coma pizza.
(I hope that he eats pizza.)
Present Perfect Subjunctive Tense - Tiempo Presente Perfecto Subjuntivo
Yo dudo que él haya comido pizza.
(I doubt that he has eaten pizza.)
Imperfect Subjunctive Tense - Tiempo Imperfecto Subjuntivo
Si él comiera pizza, estaría contento.
(If he ate pizza, he would be happy.)
Pluscuamperfect Subjunctive Tense - Tiempo Pluscuamperfecto Subjuntivo
Si él hubiera comido pizza, habría estado contento.
(If he had eaten pizza, he would have been happy.)
Conditional Tense - Tiempo Condicional
Si él comiera pizza, estaría contento.
(If he ate pizza, he would be happy.)
Conditional Perfect Tense - Tiempo Condicional Perfecto
Si él hubiera comido pizza, habría estado contento.
(If he had eaten pizza, he would have been happy.)

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