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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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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I would possess)
We would have a decent president if there hadn't been so much corruption in the party.Tendríamos un presidente decente si no hubiera habido tanta corrupción en el partido.
2. (used in perfect tenses)
We would have gone to the party if we had been invited.Habríamos ido a la fiesta si nos hubieran invitado.
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