I think it is impossible as the teachers have said.
'Impossible' is too strong a word, in my opinion. You will frequently hear native speakers using constructions that any grammar book or teacher will tell you are 'unacceptable'. Sometimes it is even possible to dream up unlikely situations in which the 'unacceptable' is possible.
However, emsr2 has given very sound advice. If you follow it, you will (almost) never produce an unacceptable utterance.
ps. I inserted '(almost)' before 'never' only because I have learnt from bitter experience that somebody will prove me wrong as soon as I use the unmodified words 'always' or 'never'.
Last edited by 5jj; 23-Jan-2012 at 12:02.
I totally agree with emsr2d2. The use of would after wish implies that your wish depens on someone else or something else, i.e. that it is totally out of your control.
In your examples COULD would be acceptable though
I wish I would could go home soon.(It appears that I won't go home soon) /
However, I think it is possible to use we could after I though in the examples you provided
Lets assume we are playing a cricket match. We need to score 40 runs in a over. In that position we can't win the match but I feel it will be nice if we win the match.
[COLOR="rgb(46, 139, 87)"]Let me just say that I don't really know much about how cricket works, however I think it would be more correct if you said[/COLOR]
I say: I wish we would could win the match.(We represents the entire team).
Hope this will help
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