Unformatted text preview: ey were students, they used to go skiing every winter.
However, when used to refers to a situation that existed (but was not necessarily repeated) in the past, would
may not serve as a replacement:
—Aunt Stephanie used to live in Chicago.
—Aunt Stephanie would live in Chicago.
Would can also be used in conditional sentences:
—If I had more time, I would read the instructions carefully. 68
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Replace the sentence with a statement expressing preference using “would rather.” Please use contractions
where possible. Example: I want to go fishing, but I have stay in the office.: I’d rather go fishing.
1. I want to go to the movies, but I have to study. 2. I’d like to go to Washington, but I have to work. 3. She wants to eat in a restaurant, but she doesn’t have any money. 4. He wants to rent a compact car, but they only have luxury cars. 5. They...
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