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|-AR / -ER / -IR|
|-AR / -ER / -IR||hablar||to speak|
|Yo||infinitive+ía||hablaría||I would speak|
|Tú||infinitive+ías||hablarías||You would speak|
|Él||infinitive+ía||hablaría||He would speak|
|Nosotros||infinitive+íamos||hablaríamos||We would speak|
|Vosotros||infinitive+íais||hablaríais||You all would speak|
|Ellos||infinitive+ían||hablarían||They would speak|
Some things to note:
- Endings in the future tense are attached to the infinitive, not just the stem, of the verb.
- -AR, -ER, and -IR verbs all take the same endings.
- If these endings look familiar, it is because they are the same as the -ER/-IR endings of the imperfect tense. And thus, as with the imperfect, the yo and él forms are the same and may use subject pronouns for clarity.