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What is the difference between Like and Would Like?

Asked by B. Wright, Last updated: Oct 11, 2020

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E. Dixon

E. Dixon

E. Dixon
E. Dixon

Answered Aug 16, 2019

Grammar is always a very tricky thing, especially in the English language. Would is normally used as the past form of will. Like is something that can be used to show that you appreciate something or someone. There are instances when you would use the word “would” when you want to show how things might have been if things were different.

Grammar is always a very tricky thing, especially in the English language. Would is normally used
For instance, you can say, “The house will still be upright if not for the storm.” You will use the word “like” so that you can show people that there are things that you appreciate. “I like your house.” is one example of using the word “like.”

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