| #2 (permalink) Tue Mar 21, 2006 7:47 am Wish - conditional
You have found the correct answer. As a rule, we use the past tense after the verb wish, as in the example.
I wish I knew her address so that I can visit her. (but I don't know it, so I can't visit her)
You can also say:
I wished I had known her address...(but I didn't know it)
Hope this helps.
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