Conditional tense

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Conditional tense

To say “working in France would suit me” do you say “me conviendrait” or “me conviendrais”?

My book says “me conviendrait” but I’m wondering should it not be “me conviendrais”?

Asked 3 years ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Coviendrait (third person singular) is correct, because the subject is "working in France".

Conditional tense

To say “working in France would suit me” do you say “me conviendrait” or “me conviendrais”?

My book says “me conviendrait” but I’m wondering should it not be “me conviendrais”?

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