ASK A QUESTION "if i was a student in Spain it would be interesting."
I am trying to say "if i was a student in Spain it would be interesting. I have "Si soy una estudiante en España lo sería interesante." I don't think soy is the right word to use in this, and i think it might be better to use the imperfect tense. Do I say "Si era una estudiante en España lo sería interesante."
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I would look for an alternative and attempt something like:
If I studied in Spain or If I was studying in Spain
OK, a hint. 'If I were' is some sort of conjugation of the verb 'ser'-to be. It actually isn't the conditional here. It's the imperfect subjunctive, or the subjunctive used in the past, which is why I just like to refer to it as the past subjunctive. Look that up in the lessons, and learn it well. 'It would be' is the conditional part of the sentence.
They have lessons here for free. Check the section on 'Si' clauses. Additionally, I believe you haven't learned enough grammar yet to say this. I could tell you what it is, but you wouldn't be able to construct a similar sentence, so just check the lessons out. Then you'll be able to construct them for yourself and you'll be able to understand why it is the way it is.