You mean it's always a certainty for counterfactual hypothesis? The daughter actually didn't enjoy it, so Jane is just wishing the counterfactual fact?
The reason I made such utterance is because of this grammar I found on internet. It was to show "would have pp" in some cases can have the meaning of presumption.
Since then, I was obssessed with this grammar that affected me into believing "would have pp" can be a certainty without any conditional mood or hypothesis,
Isn't there any possibility that "would have pp'" can be a certainty without any conditional mood? There seems a few, if any, according to many teachers' opinions. I'd better abandon this grammar.
would: Presumption or expectation
* That would be Jo calling. I'll answer it.
* We saw a police helicopter overhead yesterday morning. | Really? They would have been looking for those bank robbers.