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I'd travel first class if I could afford it.
What would happen if there was an earthquake?
If I'd known you were coming, I'd have got your room ready.
You wouldn't recognize the place now – it's changed so much.
It would be fun to have a beach party.
It's no use talking to Henry – he wouldn't understand.
Why would anyone want to kill Jerry?
Where would he have hidden the keys?
I could lend you some – would fifty pounds be enough?
Would someone please help me move the piano?
Would you mind waiting outside?
Would it be all right if I used your phone?
This is the British English definition of would. View American English definition of would.
a plan or course of action that is not possible to achieve