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FAVOURITE ENGLISH WORD OF MOHIT JOSHI : WOULD

'I would go' may mean any of the following --

'I will go' 'I went' 'I used to go' (depending on the circumstances)

If you know Hindi, 'I would go' may mean 'main jaoonga' or 'main gaya' or 'main jata tha' or main jata or main jaya karta tha.

Similarly 'She would wake up' may imply 'She will wake up' or 'She woke up' or 'She used to wake up'.

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Following Pattern may also imply future as well as past sense ---

In one part of the sentence --
If / When / Before / Although / As soon as / Anyone / As / Because / Till / While etc, then Subject, then '2nd Form of verb' / was / were & in the other part of the sentence -- Subject WOULD, then 'verb word' / be
Examples:
If I went to the market, would you come with me.
It would be better, if no one knew that I have come back
If this happened again, we would behave the same way.
If you opened an account with the bank, there would never be any problem.
I would meet him, if I went there.
If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a tennis player.
When he got home, she would be / was angry.
When she went to the hospital, she would entreat the doctor to help.
As soon as she felt a little hungry, she would eat almonds.
Anyone who saw her would immediately recognize her.

                 In above examples, part of the sentence having subject would 'verb word' / be if has future sense, then the other part will also have future sense & vice versa, similarly the part of the sentence having subject would 'verb word' / be if has past sense, then other part will also have past sense & vice versa.


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                  In one part of the sentence --
If, then Subject, then 'were to 1st Form of verb' & in the other part of the sentence -- Subject WOULD, then 'verb word' / be implies each part would have only future sense.
Examples:
If this were to happen again, we would behave the same way.
If you were to open an account with the bank, there would never be any problem
I would meet him, if I were to go there.

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                   In one part of the sentence -- Subject '2nd Form of verb' but "No If, No when etc" & in the other part of the sentence -- Subject WOULD, then 'verb word' / be.
                   In these sentences, the part of the sentence having
Subject '2nd Form of verb always has past sense, whereas the part of the sentence having Subject WOULD 'verb word' / be, may imply past or future sense depending on the circumstances.
Examples:
He started the company that would dominate the industry.
She struggled with the door but it would not budge.
At last, I found a family who would give us free meal.
(in above 3 sentences, would has past sense)
I hoped weather would be better tomorrow.
I knew you would go there.
He said he would come early.


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