IF › used to say what might happen if something else happens: What would you do if you lost your job?
SAID/THOUGHT › used as the past form of 'will' to talk about what someone has said or thought: Sue promised that she would help. They thought that she would never recover.
WILLING › used as the past form of 'will' to talk about what someone was willing to do or what something was able to do: I asked her to talk to him, but she wouldn't. The car wouldn't start this morning.
would like/love sth › used to say politely that you want something: I'd (= I would) like a cup of coffee, please.
would you › used to politely ask someone something: Would you like a drink? Would you come with me, please?
IMAGINE › used to talk about a situation that you can imagine happening: It would be lovely to go to New York.
I would imagine/think, etc › used to give an opinion in a polite way: I would imagine she'll discuss it with her husband first.
OFTEN › used to talk about things that happened often in the past: He would always turn and wave at the end of the street.
She/he/you would! mainly UK › used to show that you are not surprised by someone's annoying behaviour: Margot spent £200 on a dress for the occasion but she would, wouldn't she?