I'd never hit you.
I'd better get her ready for bed.
Well, whatever we do, I'd like to do it as a family.
I'd like to have your reputation.
I'd like to talk to you.
I'd have been glad to drive you home.
I'd better go to my own room.
I suspect I'd have a lot of young men to answer to if anything happened to you out here.
I'd rather break stones on the king's highway than hem a handkerchief.
Another said, "Damn me! but I'd give everything I own in the world to have that little girl always near me."
It's a subject I'd rather not discuss.
I'd shoot them, the scoundrels!
Well, if you change your mind, I'd be willing to take the risk.
If I didn't want to do what he said I'd tell him so - and he would listen to my reasons.
Yes, I'd send them on in front, but no fear, they're crowding up behind.
I'd give it to him if he treated me as he does those ladies.
No, if one of us has to get snowed in up here, I'd rather it was me.
Len, if I didn't know better, I'd think you were jealous.
I'd better get a screwdriver and tighten that ladder before you fall and break your neck.
I'd show the people a fine sight, I can tell you.
"That time I'd harnessed two young side horses with the bay in the shafts," he went on, turning to Dolokhov.
I don't want you to lose anything, but you know I'd want to be with you even if we didn't have a dime to our name.
I saw it in the paper yesterday and thought since I had Saturday off, I'd come out and look at it for you.
If you want to get away from here, I'd hire you.
I'd better go now.
If I didn't bring a horse or something, I'd be afoot from then on.
I don't care a straw about anyone but those I love; but those I love, I love so that I would give my life for them, and the others I'd throttle if they stood in my way.
If I found such a one I'd give my life for her!
I'd treat you differently, but I'm sorry for your father, so I will conceal it.
I guess I'd wonder too, if I were in your shoes.
I'd rather not talk about it.
Howard gave me the directions and I thought I'd stop by.
Well, whatever I am, I'd better get home.
I need to go to town for something so I'd better get started.
I'd like to put you on a two days' march with a knapsack!
As if I'd grudge my gentlemen anything!
If he fell into my hands, when I'd caught him I'd bury him in the ground with an aspen stake to fix him down.
I'd like to, but if it's too much trouble...
I'd better not come up there, though.
Maybe if I'd been with them...
No. I guess I'd be upset, too, if someone barged into my life that way.
Sure, I'd love to go explore the woods with you, but let's forget about my legs.
Thanks, but I'd rather go alone.
I could understand why he would be chasing her, but if I'd have known she'd go for a guy older than me...
The truth is, I like your companionship - and I'd like my parents to meet one of my best friends.
Now there's a sight I thought I'd never live to see - someone hitching up your wagon while you're fixin' breakfast.
I'd have done it for you, and you wouldn't have to fix me a fancy breakfast either.
If I didn't know you better, I'd swear you didn't think your mother was worth the cost.
I'd only drag you down if I stayed with you.
I don't know what kind of wages you draw here, but I'd be willing to pay you a hundred a week plus room and board.
Sometimes I come in for lunch and sometimes I'd expect you to pack me a lunch.
I'd think that would make you even more comfortable with the idea.
Oh, I'd love to come here and fish sometime.
I guess I'm judging you by what I'd be doing in your shoes.
I'd rather not make a fool out of myself.
Well, if I was in your shoes, I'd see my doctor about some form of birth control.
I'd better go finish it.
I'd better get this stuff back into the house before it's crawling with ants.
I'd better put it back before Scruffy comes looking for it.
I always swore I'd never...
I'd travel so far and then I would be stopped by a gully or a creek.
We have time, just now, and I'd rather face the invis'ble bears than those wooden imps.
But here comes Ozma; so I'd better hush up, for the Princess doesn't like me to chatter since she changed her name from Tip to Ozma.
On my word I'd give five years of my life for it!
If I hadn't this headache I'd have stayed longer.
I'd have killed him if they hadn't taken him away!
"Yes, she's fast enough," replied Nicholas, and thought: "If only a full-grown hare would cross the field now I'd show you what sort of borzoi she is," and turning to his groom, he said he would give a ruble to anyone who found a hare.
"But why are you angry?" remonstrated Tikhon, "just as if I'd never seen your Frenchmen!
It isn't going to get any easier, so I'd better shape up.
I'd better not come up there, though.
Well, for starters, I'd have had to compete with every other guy in school.
Actually, I just got off my shift and thought I'd check in on her.
I'd be glad to help you with supper.
I said I'd take you and I'm a man of my word.
It's getting close to supper, so I'd better go in.
First I'd have to find a man before I could find a new one.
"In the future," he spoke crisply, "I'd appreciate it if you consulted me before inviting guests into my home."
I'd love to go.
Well, I'd better get going.
Well, if that was what worried you, I'd have told Mom to bring a steak.
I told Julia and Rachel that I'd come back if I didn't find you here.
I don't know what I'd do without him.
I don't mind, but I'd like to know my efforts are appreciated.
If there was any other place to go, I'd like to go there.
I'd kick out with those long legs and iron-shod hoofs.
I'd as soon die here as live much longer among these cruel and heartless people.
I'd like to get home again, I'm sure.
I'd kill him! shouted Denisov in a bloodthirsty tone.
I'd sleep a bit and then again go and kiss the relics, and there was such peace all around, such blessedness, that one don't want to come out, even into the light of heaven again.
I'd certainly stay with you.
Mrs. Keller wanted to get a nurse for her, but I concluded I'd rather be her nurse than look after a stupid, lazy negress.