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I'd like him
This kind of "I'd like" sometimes, no, almost always, sounds like "I like" with "d" omitted. Is it true? If so, how can you tell it from "I like him"? Just by context?
li26)...but we changed it to an hour earlier. I'd like him to call me back when he comes home...
Re: I'd like him
I'd accept the 'sometimes. not the 'always'.
Originally Posted by keannu
If context doesn't make it clear, then the difference is probably not very important.
If so, how can you tell it from "I like him"? Just by context?
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