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- “Oh! Now I understand why this tiger is annoyed. He has to live inside a cage. Even though he’s been given a big one, he must be used to the freedom of the jungle where he would take long walks".


Hello dear teachers; what does "would" refer to in "he would take long walks", please? It doesn't refer to a past habit, does it?

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The context referred back to the time when the tiger was roaming free which is the past. "would" is needed to reflect habits, much like "I remember when I was about 10, grandfather would take me and my brother to his cabin at lake Barryyessa fishing. We would sing together by the campfire and watch the stars on a clear night.

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LaboriousIt doesn't refer to a past habit, does it?

Yes, it does.

CJ