In the following one, what is the meaning of the "I'd", I had or I would? Why?
I'd rather encourage you to create your own notebook.
- busterwasmycatLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
had does not fit the sentence, so the obvious intention is would. I had encourage is not an acceptable verb form. I had encouraged, perhaps, but it would require a second clause to offset the past perfect (something to serve as a later event after the I had encouraged event).
- LudwigLv 72 months ago
In that example, it means "I would"
- Mama KimamaLv 72 months ago
I would rather.