1. (first person singular)
a. I'd say
¿Cree que el rendimiento ha mejorado en el último año? - Yo diría que sí.Do you think that performance has improved in the past year? - I'd say yes.
2. (third person singular)
a. he'd say
¿Qué color crees que le gustaría a Fabián? - Diría que el negro se ve mejor.What color do you think Fabian would like? - He'd say that black looks better.
b. she'd say
¿Qué pensaría Aurora? - Seguro diría que está orgullosa de ti.What would Aurora think? - I'm sure she'd say she's proud of you.
c. would say
Mi padre diría que estás perdiendo el tiempo.My father would say that you're wasting your time.
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