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    contracted form of could

    Hi, Teachers.

    Does the word 'could' have a contracted form " 'd "?


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    Re: contracted form of could

    Quote Originally Posted by enydia View Post
    Hi, Teachers.

    Does the word 'could' have a contracted form " 'd "?
    I don't think so.
    'He'd' would be understood as either 'he had' or 'he would'.

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