In English, "would" is classified as an auxiliary verb to indicate the conditional tense of a verb that comes after it. In Spanish, the conditional tense is expressed via verbal inflection.
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I would be able to
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
You should save more money. - I would be able to save more if I didn't have to pay so much for rent.Debes ahorrar más dinero. - Podría ahorrar más si no tuviera que pagar tanto para el alquiler.
b. sería capaz de
I didn't think that I would be able to graduate, but I did it thanks to your support.No creía que sería capaz de graduarme, pero lo hice gracias a tu apoyo.
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