20 Dec 2018
Question about English (UK)
How do you say this in English (UK)? How do you use "would" when you're talking in past? Is the sentence the same as in present or do i need to use the past form of the verbs? Like... "I would like to have more time together" or "I would liked to have more time together", perhaps?
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