Conditionnel Présent in Continuous form?

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Conditionnel Présent in Continuous form?

Just like in the Present Tense where 'Je mange' means - "I eat" as well as "I am eating" (i.e. the continuous form is also a meaning of it.)....so, in the Conditionnel Présent too does it translate to its continuous-form meaning as well?? 'Je mangerais' = 'I would eat' and 'I would be eating' too?? Does that latter meaning exist in Conditionnel Présent?

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Conditionnel Présent in Continuous form?

Just like in the Present Tense where 'Je mange' means - "I eat" as well as "I am eating" (i.e. the continuous form is also a meaning of it.)....so, in the Conditionnel Présent too does it translate to its continuous-form meaning as well?? 'Je mangerais' = 'I would eat' and 'I would be eating' too?? Does that latter meaning exist in Conditionnel Présent?

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