would - correct spelling

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auxiliary verb

Grammar.com’s section on Problem Words discusses would and should. Click here for that discussion.

Note: The auxiliary verb would shows a variety of meanings. One is shown below: expressing the future in a past statement.

Example: Yesterday, he said that he would complete the project in a week.

For an interesting discussion, read this usage note at: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/should

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