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    Default Use of "Wish"

    Hello everybody. I need some teacher's or native's help with the following: Is it possible to say in English? What does any of them imply?


    1. " I wish my girl kissed well"
    2. I wish my girl would kiss well"
    3. She wishes Peter taught her how to kiss.
    4. She wishes Peter would Teach her how to kiss.


    If I say that my girlfriend doesn't kiss well and she desires to learn.

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    If you say your girlfriend doesn't kiss well, I think you will be single very soon.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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