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1) Is there a meaning difference between 'would' and 'would like to'? For example, I would go and I would like to go.

 

2) Is there a meaning difference between 'would' and 'would like to', for example, I would go and I would like to go?

 

Which one is natural to you? I think that having two independent sentences is a better choice and do you agree that would also means 'would like to and wish to' sometimes?

 

Thank you so much as usual and I am sorry about asking too many questions today.  

asked Jan 19 '13 at 15:47 Hans Contributor

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Both are natural, and both are correct. But they mean different things.

 

"I would go [but my mother won't let me]" means "I will go if my mother says it's okay."

"I would like to go" means "I wish I could go."

 

I hope this helps.

link comment answered Jan 19 '13 at 16:45 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow

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