Correct Use of WOULD: 20 Sentences Using WOULD

Today we’re looking at a very special word in English, “would.” This little word can do a lot! It helps us talk about things we might do, things we wish would happen, or even offer to do something for someone else. Learning to use “would” correctly can really help you sound more like a native speaker. So, let’s jump into this useful lesson together.

Correct Use of “WOULD”

“Would” is a modal verb, often used to:

  1. Talk about the past. It’s like the past tense of “will.”
  2. Express conditional situations, often with “if” clauses.
  3. Make polite requests or offers.
  4. Describe a wish or desire.

20 Sentences Using “WOULD”

  1. I would love a cup of tea.
  2. She said she would come by at 8.
  3. If I were you, I would apologize.
  4. He would always tell tall tales.
  5. They would prefer to stay in tonight.
  6. Would you pass the salt, please?
  7. I thought it would rain today.
  8. We would like to order now.
  9. She would often visit her grandma.
  10. Would you mind if I opened the window?
  11. The movie would start at 9, wouldn’t it?
  12. I would go if I didn’t have to work.
  13. Would he understand the assignment?
  14. In summer, we would swim every day.
  15. Would you like to join us for lunch?
  16. They would not accept the offer.
  17. If it would help, I can explain again.
  18. We would have gone, but we were too late.
  19. Would you believe he never showed up?
  20. I would suggest trying it again.

Sentences Using WOULD


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