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Imperfecto vs condicional

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¿Qué es la diferencia entre el imperfecto y el condicional?

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updated FEB 3, 2010
posted by Jessicasa

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Imperfect refers to situations that occurred at an indefinite point. As as example, past imperfect means that at some point in the past, this occurred. "Yo estaba enfermo": at some point in the past, I was ill.

Conditional refers to: if this happens, then this (the conditional) will happen. "Si compro el carro, no tendría ningun dinero." "If I buy the car, I would not have any money."

updated FEB 6, 2010
edited by DR1960
posted by DR1960
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