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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
If you want to invite a friend to the cinema, which of the following is the most polite?

Which of the following sentences has a mistake in it?

Which of the following words has exactly the same pronunciation as "would"?

Which of the following sentences expressing a preference is correct?

The informal spelling "woulda" is another way of writing what?

You can ask a question using 'would' by putting a question word in front of it at the beginning of the sentence. Which of the following is not correct?

"At one time I would polish my shoes every day."
What does this sentence suggest?

Which of the following is the most polite way to ask to speak to the manager in a shop?

If someone says they will do something but then they don't do it and you feel disappointed, what is the best way to say it?

The word "would" is known as an ________ verb because it helps the meaning.


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41 Comments on “Learn English Grammar: How to use the auxiliary verb ‘WOULD’”


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😊 I got full! <3. Thank you once again Gill!.

Saturday, September 29th 2018

Very important subject.Thank you,Gill.

Saturday, September 29th 2018

very interesting, I will review. Thanks

Saturday, September 29th 2018

Hi Gill,

thank you for your very useful lesson.

Please, could you explain where the differnece between AUXILIARY and MODAL verb is ?

Or is it the same ?

Thank you

Adriana

Saturday, September 29th 2018

    Hi Adriana, I can help answer this one! A modal verb is an auxiliary verb. It “helps” and needs other verbs to be used.

    She can do it.
    We should leave early.
    They’ll be angry if we don’t finish this.

    I hope this helps!

    Thursday, October 4th 2018

      Thank you very much, Alex.
      It means every modal verb is an auxiliary verb.

      Thursday, October 4th 2018

Thanks Still, you are Excellent teacher.

Sunday, September 30th 2018

Thank you Gill

Sunday, September 30th 2018

9/10 thank Gill

Sunday, September 30th 2018

THANKS JILL
Much appriciated!
But we need to know not only about SHOULD WOULD and COULD. There are other words to watch about , like WILL NEED and so on.
Would you be so kind to make other videos about these words too?

Sunday, September 30th 2018

Thank you so much Gill!!!
If I won the lottery, I would travel to London to meet you ;)

Sunday, September 30th 2018

thanks a lot. so useful. just sometimes the quality of the film drop down in many other Engvid videos.

Sunday, September 30th 2018

I liked the lesson.

Sunday, September 30th 2018

Thank you!
I lovely your class.

Sunday, September 30th 2018

Thanks

Monday, October 1st 2018

Gill is cool!

Monday, October 1st 2018

Hello
very good lesson…
I hope to remember main points of all this!!!
but it was really like to have a teacher at home :)
thank you!

Monday, October 1st 2018

Thank you Gill.It’s Always quiet to learn with you.

Monday, October 1st 2018

Thank you very much Gill for aggregating all cases where we can use this verb. I am going to look at “could” video

Monday, October 1st 2018

Hi, I would like to practice my speaking English. I leave my WhatsApp number in my profile. Feel free to contact me.

Monday, October 1st 2018

thank you. It was very interresting.

Monday, October 1st 2018

Is this correct?

“I would like to talk about” or should it be

I Will like to talk about….

Monday, October 1st 2018

    Hi Chiazor, the MUCH more common set phrase is “I would like to talk about” in this case. It can have a present or near future meaning. However, “I will like to talk about” is possible, but only has a future meaning. It can also be misunderstood because it COULD sound like you’re making a promise that you WILL enjoy talking about something in the future.

    Stick with “I would like to talk about.” :)

    Thursday, October 4th 2018

the question number 8 the answer was (I used to polish my shoes every day, but I don’t do that anymore.)
why he doesn’t do that any more
i understood that he used to polish his shoes that is meaning it always are dirty
would you like to reply to me please

Monday, October 1st 2018

    The sentence is just hypothetical or conditional and it implies that he used to do it before but he stopped dude to some reason – this could be any reason.

    Thursday, October 4th 2018

Thank you Gill.

Tuesday, October 2nd 2018

I have 10/10, thank Gill, your lesson is very useful and interesting

Tuesday, October 2nd 2018

Thanks Gill! I got 10 correct question.

Tuesday, October 2nd 2018

get mistake in pronunciation and hit the 90

Wednesday, October 3rd 2018

I scored 10/10. Thank you Gill. Your lesson was very useful.

Wednesday, October 3rd 2018

amazing!!!

Wednesday, October 3rd 2018

Thank you Ms. Gill for your lesson. Very useful as usual 🙂

Thursday, October 4th 2018

Gill, your presentation was explicit; I scored 100. Thanks from my end!

Thursday, October 4th 2018

Thanks Gill.

Friday, October 5th 2018

It was a nice lesson, ma’am.you taught according to my pace of learning 😜
Thank you

Saturday, October 6th 2018

I m new to this site

I wanna do practice of English and get my errors corrected.
Is this possible to do it here ??

Saturday, October 6th 2018

I would Thanks engvid & The great teacher Gill …

Saturday, October 6th 2018

Thank you very much for the fact that you are very nice Gill

Wednesday, October 10th 2018

Respected Madam i would be thankful to you

Sunday, October 14th 2018

Hello
Thank you for incredible amazing lesson!!!
I have a question, why in this sentence “I would’ve cooked a meal, but I didn’t have time.” we do not say “but i had not had time”, is it not a third conditional where we use past perfect?
Thank you in advance

Wednesday, October 17th 2018

Thank you Gill <3

Saturday, October 20th 2018
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