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    Hello
    We use 'would' to indicate a conditional tense .
    I would like a cup of tea
    I would like more choices or more replies .

    In the past how do you use this tense ?



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    I would have liked a cup of tea, but they didn't offer anything.

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    #3
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I would have liked a cup of tea, but they didn't offer anything.
    Thank

    they were miserly !
    :)

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    #4
    Meanies.

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