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Do all these "would" refer to a past habitual action? "at a party" seems to make it a single event, but I think I don't have to stick to such a concept.
gu148)Information has changed. In the past, facts were debated; today, they are easily available. For example, at a party years ago, you'd be arguing about whether leopards live in Asia or not. Everyone would have an opinon and the discussion would go on and on....
Last edited by keannu; 26-Feb-2013 at 11:26.
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Okay, "a party" seems like the generalization of "parties", which can make it possible to apply "habitual actions" to it.