contraction сокращение

  • she had; she would: she’d been aboard his boat
  • she’d be a big help in the shop

глагол would употребляется, когда действие относится к настоящему или будущему времени. Этот глагол не меняется в косвенной речи.

Глагол would выражает обязательность, но имеет менее директивный смысл, чем must. В зависимости от контекста, would может иметь дополнительные оттенки значения: желательность, совет.

Может употребляться с разными инфинитивами. 'You wouldn't do something' означает, что делать что-то не следует.

She’d be next. Она может быть следующей.

 

She’d be next.
She’d done it!
She’d done it.
She’d had him!
She’d get sick.
She’d left him.
She’d lost him.
She’d seen him.
She’d wanted to.
She’d been smart.
She’d handled it.
She’d missed him!
She’d pitied him.
She’d come so far.
She’d never asked.
She’d overdone it.
She’d rattled him.
She’d signed them.
She’d betrayed him.
She’d had no pride.
She’d offended him.
She’d been so lucky.
She’d figure it out.
She’d never worn it.
She’d surprised him.
She’d bring him home.
She’d called him Abe.
She’d drained it dry.
She’d given it to me.
She’d heard them all.
She’d been devastated.
She’d found the Ghost.
She’d made her choice.
She’d made the choice.
She’d murdered Lorrie.
She’d taken the reins.
She’d thought she did.
She’d truly lost Bear.
She’d had no reason to.
She’d missed all of it.
She’d needed this, too.
She’d never kissed him.
She’d almost died twice.
She’d been a tall woman.
She’d been crying, hard.
She’d been gone an hour.
She’d been to his place.
She’d fully transformed.
She’d gone to meet John.
She’d never been happier.
She’d said no, after all.
She’d tried to thank him.
She’d agreed to meet them.
She’d become formal again.
She’d been here all along.

 

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