I read your comments and saw that many English students have problems with apostrophe + d ‚d. Some thought it MUST BE „would”, some thought it was ALWAYS „had”! Well, actually it could be either! How do you know the difference in the verbs? In today’s English lesson I’m going to show you the easy way to know and give you a little grammar quiz at the end!
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