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    Usage of "could","could have","would","would have"

    What is the meaning and usage of "would", "would have", "could" and "could have"?

    Please explain them using example sentences.
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    Re: Usage of "could","could have","would","would have"

    ----- I am not an ESL teacher -----

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Cruge View Post
    What is the meaning and usage of "would", "would have", "could" and "could have"?

    Please explain them using example sentences.
    Thanking you...
    This is a long subject. You have to be more specific or study some good references on English grammar.

    To start with some fun, you may find something interesting here:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/g...dal-verbs.html

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