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Interchange 2 – Unit 15
I would have called him right away. We use “I would have” to give an opinion about an action in the past.
You should have cleaned it immediately. We use “you should have” to to make a suggestion about a past event.
What would you have done? Wh- would pronoun have past participle
I would have sent him a nice birthday present. subject would have past participle rest
What should I have done? Wh- should pronoun have past participle
You should have told them about it. subject should have past participle rest
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