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By Delcarpiomarco | Last updated: Apr 16, 2021
| Total Attempts: 1726
WISH + PAST SIMPLE, WISH+ WOULD/WOULDN'T Use WISH + PAST SIMPLE to talk about things you would like to be different in the present/future (but which are impossible or unlikely) After WISH you can use WAS or WERE with I, he, she, and it. Example: I wish I were taller. Use WISH + person / thing + WOULD to talk about things we want to happen, or stop happening because they annoy us. WISH + PAST PERFECT Use WISH + PAST PERFECT to talk about things that happened or didn’t happen in the past and which you now regret. Write sentences with WISH + PAST SIMPLE or WISH + WOULD.