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    would as a past

    Hola!, una pregunta. me resulta dificil reconocer cuando would funciona como condicional y cuando como pasado.

    Si bien conozco el uso de would como "solía", me confunde el uso de would como pasado the will y en oraciones que no tienen una clasula de condicional.

    A propósito hay alguna lista donde estén todas los posibles términos que indican condición?, ya que no sólo es " if". Hay muchos más.

    Espero formular bién mis preguntas

    Gracias

    Adios


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    Re: would as a past

    No comprendez

    Zenzen wakarimasen

    I don't understand

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    Re: would as a past

    Quote Originally Posted by riverkid View Post
    Zenzen wakarimasen
    Ano hito wa, nihon-jin ja nai, ne? Dakara, nande nihongo kakimas ka?


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    Re: would as a past

    I'm guessing it's Japan, Soup.

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    Re: would as a past

    Figures.

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