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  1. ABC
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    when do you use i'd rather than I

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    Re: help

    Quote Originally Posted by ABC View Post
    when do you use i'd rather than I
    I'd means 'I would'.
    Therefore you always use 'I'.


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    Re: help

    I am going to the doctor
    I went to the doctor
    I'd [I had] been/gone to the doctor when the break-in happened
    I'd [I would] have gone to the doctor, but I recovered.

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