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    'that would could do' - what structure is it?

    Dear all,

    Reading an online article, I have come across such a sentence:

    Playing in the Caribbean may be easier that would could do, and knowing Wellington probably will be, a wet and windy evening.
    Is it grammatical correct?

    The link of the article is as follows:

    World Cup Comment: New Zealand Happy But Bahrain Have Been Here Before - Goal.com

    Thx


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    Re: 'that would could do' - what structure is it?

    Quote Originally Posted by filmmaker View Post
    Dear all,

    Reading an online article, I have come across such a sentence:



    Is it grammatically correct?

    The link of the article is as follows:

    World Cup Comment: New Zealand Happy But Bahrain Have Been Here Before - Goal.com

    Thx
    I can't imagine a situation where itcould be, FM, The author's eddress is at the end of the article so why don't you email him and ask him?

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