Would is a reported clause that makes a request, offer, or instruction. Would also make an invitation. It has many uses in everyday speech. Let’s look at some of them. Would be the verb of choice when you want to request, invite, offer, or command. But when would you use would? Here are some examples. What are the purposes of would? What are its differences? Could it be used in a sentence? Is it an essential part of your sentence?
Could both mean the same thing but they have different uses. The first one means the ability to do something while the latter is used in formal situations. In general, the former is the preferred choice. Can be substituted for could in most cases, and could be an auxiliary verb in some situations. Here’s how to use them in different contexts. Read on to learn more about these two auxiliary verbs and how they differ. Depending on the context, you may want to use either one of them.
Could can also be used in the past. In reporting, the sentence could read, “She can speak Arabic.” Be aware that be able to can also be used after verbs and modals. Could and would are also used in conditional sentences to express possibility or certainty. But the difference between the two is small. Here are some examples. Could and would mean the same thing but have different meanings. Learn to use them correctly! If you’re unsure, you can consult the dictionary for more examples.