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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126844: Contraction with 'd
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    Contraction with 'd


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    1. How could you accuse me of that? I'd never stop that now.

    2. So they'd already been vaccinated before they got Covid?

    3. You'd be better off calling in a professional.

    4. We'd regret it if we backed out now.

    5. She'd known for a while but never brought it up.

    6. He'd explained the financial risks multiple times before they signed the contract.

    7. It'd be remiss to omit that from the report.

    8. He'd been secretly passing judgments on his friends for years.

    9. I know you'd have preferred to stay out of it but we're past that now.

    10. We'd have delivered the news ourselves but it was leaked to the press.

    11. She'd be 93 years old today.

    12. I'd considered it before but never seriously.










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