if you prefer vs if you'd prefer

Reply Tue 20 Jun, 2017 06:56 pm
why over simplify a language when it just makes it more difficult to understand. Sometimes writing it as it should be is better.
I can screw that screw counter clockwise if that is your preference.
I can do that for you if that is your preference.
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