Comer Conditional Tense

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Verb Meaning(s): to eat

Verb Chart: Comer Conditional Tense

Yo

comería

I would eat

Nosotros

comeríamos

we would eat

(Juana, Juan)

comerías

you would eat

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

comeríais

you all would eat

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

comería

he/she/you would eat

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

comerían

they/you all would eat

Comer Conditional Tense Practice

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Conjugation Practice

Conditional Tense

Comer Conditional Sentence Examples

1. Yo comería frutas y verduras en cada comida si fueran más accesibles.
I would eat fruits and vegetables at every meal if they were more accessible.
2. ¿Tú comerías en un restaurante japonés?
Would you eat at a Japanese restaurant?
3. Él comería comida casera en lugar de comida rápida.
He would eat homemade food instead of fast food.
4. Ella comería chocolate todos los días si no fuera por las calorías.
She would eat chocolate every day if it weren’t for the calories.
5. Usted comería más pescado si viviera cerca del mar, ¿cierto?
You would eat more fish if you lived near the sea, right?
6. Nosotros comeríamos en la cafetería si tuviera mejores opciones.
We would eat in the cafeteria if it had better options.
7. ¿Vosotros comeríais comida vegetariana por una semana? (vosotros is used only in Spain)
Would you guys eat vegetarian food for a week?
8. Ellos comerían más saludable si supieran cocinar.
They would eat healthier if they knew how to cook.
9. Ellas comerían helado si no lloviera.
They would eat ice cream if it weren’t raining.
10. ¿Ustedes comerían en un picnic al aire libre?
Would you eat at an outdoor picnic?
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