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Learn volatilizar conjugation in Condicional

volatilizar means: to vaporize
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In this Spanish conjugation lesson we are going to learn how to inflect the verb volatilizar in the Condicional tense of the Indicativo mood. It means we will see step by step how to create and translate forms of each grammatical person.

This lesson is specifically about the volatilizar verb conjugation. For an overview of Simple Tenses conjugation check our Simple Tenses Conjugation Chart.

We also have a Video Presentation on how to conjugate verbs in Condicional. It’s embedded below, but using the above link you can find additional information on conjugation in this tense and explanation of special cases and exceptions.

How to translate Condicional to English

Notice that the phrases in English provided below next to each conjugation are not direct translations from Spanish to English. They are usually the closest general equivalents. The example differences are:
  • In Spanish conjugation, there is the form usted in the third person singular. But this person does not translate to the English third person singular. It translates to the so called formal you and uses the inflected form which is most often represented as he/she/it in English conjugation charts.
  • Similar situation happens in the third person plural, where ustedes translates to the English plural formal you but uses the form which corresponds to the they form in English.
  • Tenses are used differently in Spanish and English, so the actual translation should always take into account the context and focus on translating the meaning, not just words.
  • In both languages each verb may have multiple meanings and not every meaning translates directly to the other language. Here also, the context and focusing on the particular meaning helps to create the most accurate translation.


Step by step instructions

Condicional belongs to the simple tenses group, which means that all of the inflected forms are one word long. There are also compound (compuesto) tenses in Spanish language, where each conjugated verb form consists of two words.The verb volatilizar has regular conjugation in the Condicional tense of the Indicativo mood. It means that this verb follows the basic rules for its conjugation group (-ar) without any exceptions.
The basis for this conjugation is the infinitive of this verb, so it’s really simple to create, and only a few exceptions exist.Use the infinitive volatilizar in each person.
Next, add to the infinitive the endings specific to each person.
In this tense we use the exact same endings in each of the three conjugation groups -ar, -er, -ir. See the image on the side showing all the six endings. Notice both the colors and shapes of the letters. They are arranged to help you find patterns and make it easier to remember these endings.
endings condicional how to conjugate spanish verbs
Add the regular ending -ía for the first person singular to create volatilizaría:
  • yo volatilizaría – I would vaporize
And add the regular ending -ías for the second person singular to create volatilizarías:
  • tú volatilizarías – you would vaporize
And add the regular ending -ía for the third person singular to create volatilizaría:
  • él volatilizaría – he would vaporize
  • ella volatilizaría – she would vaporize
  • usted volatilizaría – (formal) you would vaporize
And add the regular ending -íamos for the first person plural to create volatilizaríamos:
  • nosotros volatilizaríamos – we would vaporize
  • nosotras volatilizaríamos – (feminine) we would vaporize
And exactly as previously add the regular ending -íais for the second person plural to create volatilizaríais:
  • vosotros volatilizaríais – (plural) you would vaporize
  • vosotras volatilizaríais – (feminine, plural) you would vaporize
One more time add the regular ending -ían for the third person plural to create volatilizarían:
  • ellos volatilizarían – they would vaporize
  • ellas volatilizarían – (feminine) they would vaporize
  • ustedes volatilizarían – (formal, plural) you would vaporize

¡Ya está! The conjugation is now complete. The final result looks as follows:

yovolatilizaríaI would vaporize
volatilizaríasyou would vaporize
él/ella/ustedvolatilizaríahe/she/it would vaporize
nosotros/nosotrasvolatilizaríamoswe would vaporize
vosotros/vosotrasvolatilizaríaisyou would vaporize
ellos/ellas/ustedesvolatilizaríanthey would vaporize
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But do not end your session yet – it’s important to repeat and practice the material in order to remember it. Check below for some links.

Next Steps to Perfection

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