Student or Learner
"If I had the power to go back in time, I would go back to the time when I was a kid. I would correct all my mistakes that I have done so far in my life. If I had this power I had to have one more power that is that I could remember, How old I was when I decided to go back in time and the things that happened with me till then or current time (I want to say that there should have been one more power in me that is that I could remember the things that I have done or seen so far in my life till now because it could help me a lot to correct my mistakes. But I don't know whether we can use "should" or "should have done" in these kind of sentences "if I was, I would"?) So that I could amend every thing properly.
No, that wouldn't work in the above context (of wishing for something).
Tufguy, please don't say "I was intended". "I intended" is perfectly fine.
Can we use "had to have"?
No, I am afraid that one doesn't really make sense. A house doesn't have to have a front lawn. It either has one or it doesn't.
"If I was a delivery boy, I had to have a Bicycle".
How about this one?
Can we use "should" or "should have done" in the depiction of hypothetical situations? This question has been nagging my mind for the few days.
Last edited by tufguy; 06-Jun-2016 at 07:40.