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    Hello, This sentence
    " I'd have thought it was a...."

    what does The I'd represent?

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    it is a second conditional, I'd have thought=I would have thought which means that 'he didn't think' but he was able to think in such and such a way. In my language it sounds like the second conditional and it refers to the past and to the future but in English it refers only to the past


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