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Pammi would you like to eat food with me... is this past? Isn't it present?

April 27, 2017
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4) would like;-- its used for wish, modified form of want Ex;-- i wud like to take part in competition. I wud like to ask a question. I wud like to speak english fluently. So i think here in ur sentense u r showing ur wish with politeness for future proability..
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1) if there is a joint sentences and first part is in past tense so in 2nd part we use would in place of will. Ex :- he said, he wud help us. I knew he wud win. I knew that he wud not get thst job. I had no doubt that u wud win.
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2) for more politeness use would in place of will. Ex:-- wud u close the door as u go out? Wud u help me to fold up the bed sheet.
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Sumtimes it is used in place of will also.. Ex you would not believe this but its true.
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its not past. its one kind of future, but showing probability not surity.
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"Will" suggest strong probabillity or future likelihood. "Would" impiles the same but used when probability is more hypothetical. Would has lots of meaning.
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Pammi would you like to eat food with me... is this past? Isn't it present?
4) would like;-- its used for wish, modified form of want Ex;-- i wud like to take part in competition. I wud like to ask a question. I wud like to speak english fluently. So i think here in ur sentense u r showing ur wish with politeness for future proability..

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