でしょう, するつもりである, であろうに
Verb(1) (expressing the conditional mood) indicating the consequence of an imagined event or situation.(2) expressing a desire or inclination.(3) expressing a polite request.(4) expressing a conjecture, opinion, or hope.(5) used to make a comment about behavior that is typical.(6) expressing a wish or regret.
(1) It would be lovely to hear the boy's chatter and not feel left out when they are speaking together.(2) I would imagine that they'll want to keep it(3) who would live here?(4) Last week's piece on software piracy drew more than a few comments, as you would expect.(5) He said he would be glad to write me a recommendation.(6) I would have to agree(7) It would be marvellous to hear his reactions on other fuss and bother while he's in the mood.(8) would you like to have a go on my bike?(9) I would love to work in Prague(10) As someone who kept a daily diary all her life, she would have loved blogging.(11) would you pour the wine, please?(12) every night we would hear the boy crying(13) the windows would not close(14) who would have believed it?(15) If you heard a noise in the dark of night, would you know where to find your torch or a candle?(16) would it be all right to visit him?
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