Verb Timeline

Línea cronológica de verbos españoles

This Spanish verb timeline can help you to understand how all of the various Spanish verb tenses and moods fit together. Click on the links for lessons on each verb form.

TENSES PAST    PRESENT    FUTURE
   
PERSONAL MOODS  
   Indicative Pretérito
Pretérito perfecto
Pretérito progresivo
Imperfecto
Imperfecto progresivo
Pluscuamperfecto
[Pretérito anterior]
  Presente
Presente progresivo
  Futuro
Futuro perfecto
Futuro progresivo
           
Subjunctive Perfecto del subjuntivo
Imperfecto del subjuntivo
Pluscuamperfecto del subjuntivo
  Subjuntivo   [Futuro de subjuntivo]
           
Imperative     Imperativo   ( Imperativo )
           
Conditional Condicional perfecto
Condicional progresivo
  Condicional   ( Condicional )
           
IMPERSONAL MOODS        
  Infinitive Infinitivo compuesto   Infinitivo    
           
Participle Participio pasado   Gerundio    
           

 Notes

Personal moods have different conjugations for each subject, while impersonal moods have only one form.

( Parentheses ) indicate present tense verb forms which are also used for the future.

[Brackets] indicate literary or other very rare Spanish verb forms.

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