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1. A lantern man would take them to any places in Paris.

2. A lantern man used to take them to any places in Paris.

3. A lantern man took them to any places in Paris.

(What is the difference among the three sentences?)

  • English -

    1 is a possibility ("would").

    2 and 3 are facts in the past.

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