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I would never lie. Does this sentence refer to the future time or present time?

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I most contexts, it refers to hypothetical time.

eg If you asked me 1,000 questions, I would never lie to you.

Clive

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In most contexts, it refers to hypothetical time. In

eg If you asked me 1,000 questions, I would never lie to you.

Clive

Thank you for the reply. Yes it’s hypothetical time but is it present hypothetical time or future hypothetical time?

What is present hypothetical time?

What is future hypothetical time?

Clive

What is present hypothetical time?

What is future hypothetical time?

Eg:

I would be here today without your help. Present hypothetical.

I wouldn’t be surprised if he came there tomorrow. Future hypothetical.

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Yes, but you have added 'today' and 'tomorrow' which makes your sentences more explicit.The original query was about this simple sentence: I would never lie.