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Almorzar Conditional Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to have lunch, to eat lunch

Verb Chart: Almorzar Conditional Tense



I would have lunch



we would have lunch

(Juana, Juan)


you would have lunch


(informal Spain)


you all would have lunch


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you would have lunch



they/you all would have lunch

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Conditional Tense

Almorzar Conditional Sentence Examples

1. Yo almorzaría pizza si pudiera elegir.
I would have pizza for lunch if I could choose.
2. ¿Tú almorzarías en la cafetería o en el patio?
Would you have lunch in the cafeteria or in the courtyard?
3. Él almorzaría con sus amigos todos los días si vivieran cerca.
He would have lunch with his friends every day if they lived nearby.
4. Ella almorzaría comida casera en lugar de comida rápida.
She would have homemade food for lunch instead of fast food.
5. ¿Usted almorzaría con nosotros mañana?
Would you have lunch with us tomorrow?
6. Nosotros almorzaríamos en el parque si hiciera buen tiempo.
We would have lunch in the park if the weather was nice.
7. Vosotros almorzaríais juntos si tuvierais tiempo, ¿verdad? (vosotros is used only in Spain)
You guys would have lunch together if you had time, right?
8. Ellos almorzarían temprano para volver al trabajo.
They would have lunch early to return to work.
9. Ellas almorzarían en el nuevo restaurante italiano.
They would have lunch at the new Italian restaurant.
10. ¿Ustedes almorzarían algo especial para celebrar el fin de curso?
Would you have something special for lunch to celebrate the end of the course?