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what is "i'd" #1 (permalink) Sat Nov 05, 2011 16:42 pm   what is "i'd"
 

the most important piece of advice i'd like to give you.

is there "i'd" use for i had.

please reply to me fast.
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what is "i'd" #2 (permalink) Sat Nov 05, 2011 16:45 pm   what is "i'd"
 

I'd - I had or I would (here it means 'I would').

Please note that the pronoun 'I' is always written with a capital letter regardless of its position in a sentence and regardless of whether it stands alone or with a contraction:
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