(Simple and Progressive)
The English present conditional expresses something that could happen. It's commonly used in the main clause of a would-condition (aka 2nd conditional or Type II conditional), which refers to an unlikely or hypothetical condition and its probable result. The simple conditional is conjugated as would + base form of verb (infinitive without "to").
- I would fly to Madrid tomorrow if I had the money.
- If I was the Queen of England, I would give everyone a medal.
- If it wasn't raining so hard, we would go to the park.
The progressive conditional expresses the probable result of an unfinished or continuing action or situation. It's conjugated as would be + present participle.
- I would be flying home tomorrow if you wanted me to.
- She would be working in Spain if she spoke Spanish.
- He wouldn't be smiling if he knew the truth.