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THE SPANISH VERB, conjugations, Spanish verb tables, irregular Spanish verbs, subjunctive, passive...
I have only included the conjugation of the verb 'SALTAR' here. (For the conjugation of other verbs see the links in the box below)
I use the Spanish terminology for the verb description because the English terms can be misleading.
Below the name of each verb type, I offer a literal translation of the first person singular form eg. 'I jump'. This is just a broad reference to help you identify the verb type. The communicative use of the verb type in Spanish may often differ in English.
The Future Subjunctives marked with an * are nowadays only seen in literature and legal language.
For the conjugation only of '...ir' and '...er' regular verbs go to VIVIR / COMER
For the conjugation of IRREGULAR VERBS: ANDAR, DAR, ESTAR, CAER, CABER, HACER, PODER
For the conjugation of IRREGULAR VERBS: PONER, QUERER, SABER, SER, TRAER, VALER, VER
For the conjugation of IRREGULAR VERBS: DECIR, IR, OÍR, SALIR, VENIR
SALTAR (To jump)
(Remember: the 'usted' form takes the same as 'él' and 'ustedes' the same as 'ellos')
INDICATIVE MODE OF THE VERB
Simple tenses (indicative)
Here are other possible conjugations of the Spanish verb. Although grammatically correct, some forms (marked rare) may sound peculiar to a native Spanish speaker. All forms are just shown with one person.
yo estaré saltando - I will be jumping
yo estaría saltando - I would be jumping
yo he estado saltando - I have been jumping
yo había estado saltando - I had been jumping
yo habré estado saltando - I shall/will have been jumping
yo habré estado saltando - I would have been jumping
yo esté saltando - that I am jumping
yo estuviera/estuviese saltando - that I was jumping
yo estuviere hablando - that I will be jumping (rare)
yo haya estado hablando - that I have been jumping
es enviado/se envía - it is sent
fue enviado/se envió - it was sent
era enviado/se enviaba - it was (or, it used to be) sent
será enviado/se enviará - it will be sent
sería enviado/se enviaría - it would be sent
ha sido enviado/se ha enviado - it has been sent
había sido enviado/se había enviado - it had been sent
habrá sido enviado/se habrá enviado - it will have been sent
habría sido enviado/se habría enviado - it would have been sent
The passive continuous with 'siendo' is rare in Spain though it appears to be used in parts of South America.
está siendo enviado/está enviándose - it is being sent
estaba siendo enviado/estaba enviándose - it was being sent
estará siendo enviado/estará enviándose - it will be being sent
estaría siendo enviado/estaría enviándose - it would be being sent
(An alternative of these versions would be: "se está enviando" etc.)
que sea enviado/se envíe - that it be sent
que fuera (fuese) enviado/se enviara (se enviase) - that it were sent
que fuere enviado/se enviare - that it will be sent
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