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Can you form a sentence using the conditional tense?

Example: Si ella trae dados tendríamos que jugar al monopoly.

Translation: If she brought dice we'd have to play monopoly.

In spanish the conditional tense is conjugated by adding -ía,-ías,-íamos,íais, ían to the end of verbs.

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