Conditional Perfect Forms and Uses
Conditional Perfect Forms
The conditional perfect is a combination of the past participle and the conditional of the verb haber.
Conditional Perfect Formula
- haber in the conditional + past participle
Haber in the Conditional
|Subject||Haber in the Conditional|
|él, ella, usted|
|ellos, ellas, ustedes|
Conditional Perfect Uses
In the examples below, the conditional perfect is used to talk about actions that would have happened had something else not gotten in the way.
In the examples below, the conditional perfect is used to talk about an action that probably happened or was true.