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    Smile meaning

    The room has a lot of windows. Do we say it is very light or bright?

    Is this sentence correct? Is she having an easy time?

    He must be cute. I'd (would love) to see him? What is the meaning of I'd love? Does it mean "want"?

    Thanks

  1. matilda
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    Talking Re: meaning

    1. bright is better

    2. does she have an easy exam? / or is the exam easy?

    3. yes. it means: i like to see him.

    hope it helps

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    Re: meaning

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    The room has a lot of windows. Do we say it is very light or bright?

    Is this sentence correct? Is she having an easy time?

    He must be cute. I'd (would love) to see him? What is the meaning of I'd love? Does it mean "want"?

    Thanks
    Actually, we can say the room is brightly lit, fully lit, full of light, or full of lighting.


    Yes, sentence two is grammatically correct.


    I'd love means the same as I would like, but to a higher degree; more intense. So, yes, it does mean that I want to.

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